RMM23A52–WW2 1940's Underground Station shelter London Blitz.. Tube station acting as a safe haven for London residents against sustained terror bombing by Nazi Germany. Adolf Hitler attempted concentrated aerial bombing of major population centers in England using the Nazi Luftwaffe as a tool to attempt to terrorise local UK resident population
RMD99766–German air raid over central London 1940, Blitz, World War II
RMB3P4CY–Blitz Taken from the German word Blitzkrieg lightning war this was the British name for the Luftwaffe s sustained night attacks
RMDH93XD–Young girls deliver bread and provisions with a hand cart during the blitz
RMP6JPDA–St. Paul's cathedral in London, surrounded by smoke and fires during the blitz by the German Luftwaffe in World War II in 1940.
RMER405A–A Royal Observer Corps spotter scans the skies of London. Battle of Britain air observer keeping watch over London
RMWFW6MA–Firemen tackle a fire in St George's Crescent off Lord Street during the German Blitz on Liverpool between August 1940 and January 1942.
RMDRATN0–Damaged London Hospital - The Blitz
RMG64NYM–A Blitz scene.. A Blitz scene at the monument.
RMFF84KP–WWII: LONDON BLITZ, 1944. /nA building destroyed after a German raid on London, 1944.
RMF9B4FY–Anthony Eden visiting servicemen clearing up bomb damage in Coventry after the Blitz in 1940
RM2C2TP8T–BLITZ SHELTER in Islington, London, in 1940
RME0KNXC–People buying food from a street cart among wreckage from the Blitz
RM2B1FN45–London,blitz,German bombing,Britain,second world war,mass air offensive,raid,Battle of Britain Hot cups of tea are served from a mobile canteen
RMR2438G–Survivors of the London blitz, 1940; Searching in the ruins of bombed houses. World War two
RMBMXDP8–London Blitz Bombing Raid
RFT2JR40–Luftwaffe Bombing of London 29 December 1940. Blitz. World War 2 1957 old map
RM2A2AP5R–1940, historical, London during the blitz, Two male volunteer wardens carrying a civilian patient on a stretcher from a bomb damaged building into the back of a van following an air raid, accompanied by MMU nurses, during WW2, England, UK.
RMM61GBB–LONDON BLITZ WW2 SAINT PAULS CATHEDRAL NAZI GERMANY BOMBING St Paul's Survives. An iconic photograph of Saint Pauls Cathedral pre-planned and bravely taken in a night air raid 29/30th December 1940 by photographer Herbert Mason. This image became the symbol of resistance against the Nazi Germany Luftwaffe terror bombing of civilians. This photograph has been carefully restored and enhanced to re-create its original impact and quality.
RMKCERHD–Blitz wrecked buildings in London after world War Two. 1948
RMB573YT–Doing it Òjust like the builders doÓ, a hive of industry going on in the new childrenÕs playground opened on the blitz site of St. LukeÕs Church, Peckham. The playground has been opened by the Camberwell Playgrounds Commitee, who have spent over £50 fencing the site and providing tools for the kids to use. Each night at 5.30 when the playground is opened by one of the supervisors, the children clamour to be first so that they can have their favourite tool. A bucket of cement is handed out and with sand from the play pit and bricks from the site, the work in progress commences
RMDH87X0–A young lady sits on sandbags outside her London office during the Blitz
RMP6JPCF–An aerial view of Cannon Street in London in 1941, during the blitz air raids by the German Luftwaffe, in the second World War.
RMTXJ8JW–1941 Berliner Illustrierte Zeitung London Blitz St Paul's
RMWFW53X–The remains of shops in Church Street following a German air raid during the Blitz on Liverpool between August 1940 and January 1942.
RMDRATM9–Saving the processional cross - The Blitz
RMG6RPEY–The blitz takes its toll for numerous residents in Croydon, London.
RMFF930W–WWII: LONDON BLITZ, 1944. /nFiremen fight flames at Regency Place and Rutherford Street, London, following a German plane attack in 1944.
RMT95C0D–World War Two air raid casualty rescued from bombed buidling during the Blitz of Britain September 1940
RMJWYREJ–A bombed-out London street during the Blitz of the Second World War
RME0KNJH–Jan 1, 1940 - One Night of the London Blitz showing St Pauls Cathedral (WW II) (exact date unknown) Pi
RMARNYK7–Home Guard on downed German bomber Junkers 88 in the Battle of Britain in 1940
RM2A5YWHC–British firefighters in a bombed area in England, World War Two, 1943
RFWEEFN7–Winston Churchill visits bomb damaged cities. Here he is visiting Birmingham. September 1941
RMHBRW4X–FIRES WERE STARTED, 1943
RMANWMCG–Mick Hurd in Bathroom
RME2464B–WW2 1940's Royal Observer Corps in City of London with dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral watching for German bombers in the Battle of Britain blitz
RMF7NG3P–London is bombed by German aircraft during the Blitz: World War Two 1941
RMEWR82C–Birmingham Blitz during the Second World War. Damage to Hockley bus depot following an air raid. 23rd November 1940.
RME1A476–BRITISH HOME FRONT WW2 A fireman extinguishes an incendiary bomb
RM2B7KCB8–View along the River Thames in London towards smoke rising from the London docks after an air raid during the Blitz. 7 September 1940
RM2BWBD66–Following an air raid on London during the Blitz German bombing campaign against the United Kingdom in 1940 and 1941, during the Second World War, a bus in a huge bomb crater.
RMDRATNE–Connecting up a hosepipe during the Blitz
RMG6RPEX–World War Two - The Blitz - German Bombing Raids Destroys Homes - London - 1940
RMFF782A–WORLD WAR II: BLITZ, 1940. /nThe aftermath of a German blitz on London, 7-8 September 1940, near the height of the Battle of Britain.
RMW8EBB1–Soldiers and prisoners of war clearing bomb damage from the Haberdashers Hall in London following a German air raid in 1940
RM2HJCP3E–Troops arriving at a London railway station while children evacuate to the countryside during The Blitz, World War 2, 1940.
RMC4622N–Anniversary Blitz tournament, 1932
RM2E4Y36F–Bertone Blitz Concept car at the Geneva Motor show 1992
RM2FK5478–THE 1940 LONDON BLITZ Taking shelter in Piccadilly Underground station
RMBMXDPB–London Blitz Bombing Raid
RME0KNNF–Wreckage in Birmingham after a war raid during The Blitz
RM2B1FBBT–London,blitz,German bombing,Britain,second world war,mass air offensive,raid,Battle of Britain Hot cups of tea are served from a mobile canteen even as guns blaze nearby
RM2AECT8D–London WW2 German Nazi Blitz Bombing damage direct hit on a terraced three storey house London UK World War II
RMEX6TXD–Survivors of the London blitz, 1940; Searching in the ruins of bombed houses. World War two
RMEWR3TA–Birmingham Blitz during the Second World War. Damage to John Bright Street following an air raid. 20th November 1940.
RMDH9ER6–A WW2 NAAFI Navy Army Air force Institute girl in wartime uniform.
RM2A5YM7D–World War two; The Blitz air raids over London 1940
RMCP9T6T–John William Mills (b. 1933). English sculptor. Blitz (1991). Memorial WWII. Bronze sculpture. London.
RMR86970–The destroyed Huskisson Dock No 2, following the explosion of 1,000 tons of shells and bombs in the hold of the merchant ship, 'Malakand' on 2nd May, 1940 during the Blitz by the Luftwaffe in World War Two, Liverpool, Merseyside, England.
RMDRATMN–Playing a piano amid the destruction - The Blitz
RMG64P1T–Properties damaged in the blitz over South London, the result of Luftwaffe raids on the capital in 1940.
RMFG172E–WORLD WAR II: LONDON BLITZ. /nSaint Paul's Cathedral behind ruined buildings following a German air raid during World War II. Photograph, 1941.
RMF9B4FK–Coventry 1940 shops and houses destroyed in the second world war bombing Blitz
RM2HJCP29–A burning building in Sheffield during the Blitz, 13th December 1940. The Blitz was a German bombing campaign against the United Kingdom in 1940 and 1941, during the Second World War. The term comes from Blitzkrieg, meaning 'lightning war' in German.
RMC45BDF–Karl Valentin in 'Donner, Blitz und Sonnenschein', 1936
RM2E4Y34D–Bertone Blitz Concept car at the Geneva Motor show 1992
RM2FK5482–THE 1940 LONDON BLITZ Taking shelter in Piccadilly Underground station
RMBMXDPF–London Blitz Bombing Raid
RME0KXPJ–Aug. 08, 1952 - London blitz model. A permanent reminder of wartime raids in a from which will evoke the memories of thousands of people is a scale model of a typical street scene after incendiary and high explosive bombs had fallen. The model, complete in every detail has been built at the imperial was museum, Lambert. It shows the scene at a junction of two streets where bombs have fallen. in the background the beams of searchlights can be seen lighting up the roof skyline. Figures showing police, different kinds of civil defense workers, ambulance men, W.V.S
RM2G3A0KF–advertising, poster stamps, energy, 'Blitz' coal cakes, circa 1910, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RMEHFMHX–Shortee Blitz DJing at UK Street Sounds at Cargo London.
RM2BFET79–London Blitz 1940s WW2 Archive image of London Bus en-route to Kings Cross in bomb crater caused by terror bombing by the Nazi Germany Luftwaffe airforce
RMDYF30P–An orphaned child looks shocked after surviving the Blitz on London, by German V2 Rockets 1944
RMEM863Y–Swansea as dawn breaks after three night blitz attack by the German luftwaffe in World War Two. February 1941.
RMDH9CE8–A WW2 Civil Defence Air Raid Protection unit Ambulance driver in uniform
RMP66TM0–An orphaned child looks shocked after surviving the Blitz on London, by German V2 Rockets 1944
RM2A9C60B–WWII - A bus being used as an ambulance after the devastating bombing raid on Coventry UK in 1941 (Coventry Blitz). Holy Trinity Church rises above a scene of total devastation.
RM2BWBHB1–The ruins of Coventry Cathedral (dedicated to Saint Michael), following the Coventry Blitz, a series of bombing raids that took place on the English city of Coventry. The city was bombed many times during the Second World War by the German Air Force (Luftwaffe). The most devastating of these attacks occurred on the evening of 14 November 1940 when the Cathedral was hit.
RMDRATMM–Fire at St. Katherine’s Docks during the Blitz
RMG84J4H–A view of bomb damage in Plymouth following a raid in the Blitz.
RMFG1727–WORLD WAR II: LONDON BLITZ. /nSaint Paul's Cathedral behind ruined buildings following a German air raid during World War II. Photograph, 1941.
RMF9B4GE–Anthony Eden looking at bomb damage in Coventry after the Blitz in 1940
RM2HJCNNK–Children in an eastern suburb of London whose home was destroyed in The Blitz, September 1940. The Blitz was a German bombing campaign against the United Kingdom in 1940 and 1941, during the Second World War. The term comes from Blitzkrieg, meaning 'lightning war' in German.
RMTA43PK–The members of the Berlin cycling club 'Blitz' from Neukoelln show tricks to the audience on their bikes.
RM2D0X1HH–1972, historical picture of four adult performers from the London Bubble theatre company dressed in WW2 costumes presenting an entertainment, 'The Blitz Show' inside a room at a childrens party, London, England, UK. Devised by Frank Hatherley, the show was based on those who entertained Londoners down in the underground shelters during the height of the Blitz in May 1941. These entertainers were not professional performers but members of the local community giving amusement and uplift to those suffering hardship at this most awful of times.
RM2FK548D–THE 1940 LONDON BLITZ Taking shelter in Piccadilly Underground station
RMBMXDPR–London Blitz Bombing Raid
RM2B7KCB9–Firefighters putting out a blaze in London after an air raid during The Blitz in 1941.
RM2G3KRB6–trade, shops, department stores, department store 'Elektro Blitz', Berlin, Schönhauser Allee, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RMEHFMHY–Shortee Blitz DJing at UK Street Sounds at Cargo London.
RM2AWM231–The London Blitz World War II 1940’s Children of East London, who have been made homeless by the random London Blitz bombs of Nazi Germany night bombing raids, waiting outside the wreckage of what was their home. September 1940. East London UK
RMEC85PR–Tower bridge in London photographed during the Blitz 1941
RMEWR3B7–Birmingham Blitz during the Second World War. A bus over turned in Sparbrook following an air raid. 20th November 1940.
RMDH8FB0–A young Air Raid Precautions girl Sonia Straw who won the George Medal during WW11 for rescuing women and children during an air
RM2A6021X–St Paul's District in London during the Blitz in World War Two; 1941. by Cecil Beaton 1904-1980.
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