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A soldier and his girl at the stage door of the Prince of Wales theatre during London’s 1944 blackout

London blackout 1944 (Couple embracing outside the stage door of Prince of Wales Theatre in Lower Wardour Street)

London's Nightlife during Wartime, 1944 - Soldiers crowding inside a Red Cross club, the Hans Crescent Club to listen to singer Joyce Grenfell.

London blackout 1944 (Soldiers crowding inside a Red Cross club, the Hans Crescent Club, to listen to singer Joyce Grenfell)

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When the Blitz forced Londoners underground, human spirit triumphed

The London Underground in Wartime People sheltering in Piccadilly tube station, London, in 1940 Picture: GETTY IMAGES

In pictures: Underground London during the Second World War - Telegraph Men look on as the last of the wartime bunks is dismantled on the platform of South Wimbledon station Picture: GETTY IMAGES

In pictures: Underground London during the Second World War

In pictures: Underground London during the Second World War - Telegraph Men look on as the last of the wartime bunks is dismantled on the platform of South Wimbledon station Picture: GETTY IMAGES

Newspaper clipping, "London citizens take it in their stride" - the view is looking towards Fleet Street, June 1944 as the city is under fire from German flying bombs

Newspaper clipping, "London citizens take it in their stride" - the view is looking towards Fleet Street, June 1944 as the city is under fire from German flying bombs

Kids collecting shrapnel in a London Sreet - World War 2. The true meaning behind "KEEP CALM AND CARRY ON".

September 1940 London, England - Children in a street in South London collecting shrapnel from exploded anti-aircraft shells. Boys often had a collection of shrapnel pieces, comparing collections and swapping pieces.

Stage Door (1938)

Ginger Rogers, Katharine Hepburn and Adolphe Menjou in Stage Door (Gregory La Cava,

22nd January 1940: A group of children waiting to get into the rollerskating rink at Alexandra Palace, London. (Photo by Reg Speller/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

January A group of children waiting to get into the rollerskating rink at Alexandra Palace, London. (Photo by Reg Speller/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

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