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George Rodger - Steel helmets were worn by all who could get them during the Blitz of World War ll,1940

Steel helmets were worn by all who could get them. Life in London during The Blitz of World War II London, 1940 // by George Rodger

An omnibus in Oxford Street in the 1920's on Route 15a - the present service on the route remains pretty much the same - via Hyperbolia

The 1926 UK General Strike: An independent bus crammed with commuters at Ludgate Circus, London, during the General Strike, May 1926

14th, September, 1940: People with their furniture and belongings in a street in the London area; their damaged homes are in the background (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

WWII September 1940 People in the street with their furniture and belongings in the London area, with their damaged homes in the background. (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

Child evacuees on their way to the station, Sept 1939. As the evacuees began to settle into their new homes, “the daily press of that period did much to spread the story of the successful venture. Boys and girls who had never seen farm-life before provided good material for the Press photographer. He was able to snap groups of happy children racing down the village lane when the lunch-bell rang, or setting out on a blackberrying expedition...”

Second World War: evacuating London

Child evacuees on their way to the station, Sept 1939. As the evacuees began to settle into their new homes, “the daily press of that period did much to spread the story of the successful venture. Boys and girls who had never seen farm-life before provided good material for the Press photographer. He was able to snap groups of happy children racing down the village lane when the lunch-bell rang, or setting out on a blackberrying expedition...”

A bus conductress holds two young evacuees who are being taken by bus to a safer part of the country during a London County Council scheme during World War II.

Evacuee Bus Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Parker

This is economical. A bus conductress holds two young evacuees who are being taken by bus to a safer part of the country during a London County Council scheme during World War II.

29th April, 1941, London: Finsbury children are helping in the war by collecting salvage, the ones who collect the most will be presented with a special badge issued by the council.' (Photo by Planet News Archive/SSPL/Getty Images)

April, London: Finsbury children are helping in the war by collecting salvage, the ones who collect the most will be presented with a special badge issued by the council.' (Photo by Planet News Archive/SSPL/Getty Images)

East london - World War II -- pacifism isolationism histclo.com743 × 1107Search by image Figure 1.-- Pacifists and anti-war crusaders congratluate themselves on their moral superiority. They exerted considerable influence in Britain and France during the 1920s and the 1930s. The image here shows the result Google Search

This Air Raid Warden assists a London family that somehow survived a Luftwaffe raid during the early phase of the Blitz.

England 1940....the cat is saved

World War II in Pictures: Heroes of World War II A few you've heard of, many images of unsung heroes!

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