Recruiting for the second world war outside Lambeth Town Hall, Brixton, London 1941
The first 'Scrap Week sponsored by the Ministry of Supply is in progress at Acton, London, where borough council vans are collecting scrap iron and steel from residents. Enough to fill a number of ships has already been collected. Similar 'Scrap Weeks are to take place in cities throughout Britain.
1940. Women willing to entertain those wishing to tea in the underground shelter to "Anson" station
At a shop in the King’s Road, Chelsea, an assistant stamps a ration book, February 1941.
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Arthur CrossFred Tibbs -- Bomb damage at the Old Bailey: 1941 -- High quality art prints, framed prints, canvases -- Museum of London Prints
Damaged part of the Old Bailey, famous Central Criminal Court, hit in a recent Nazi raid on the London area, 15th May 1941.
Metropolitan Police Box, c 1940
North London Evacuees WWII
Soldier comforting a very small child after a German bombing in London.
Lady Lucas Tooth with some of the aluminium contributions made in response to Lord Beaverbrook's appeal for aluminium pots and pans.
Ruined flats in Limehouse, East London. Hughes Mansions, Vallance Road, following the explosion of the last German V2 rocket to fall on London, 27 March 1945.
1940 A collection of abandoned gas masks at the London Transport's Lost Property Office.
Allotment on a bombsite near St Paul's, City of London
Broadcast news pioneer Edward R. Murrow famously captured the devastation of the London Blitz.
Picadilly Circus, London. 1940 Photo by George Rodger
London, Paddington Station, 1940 - Very brave school boys being evacuated by train as bombing raids intensified - Life in London during The Blitz of World War II.
V-E Day celebrations, Trafalgar Square, London, England, 8 May 1945 by BiblioArchives / LibraryArchives, via Flickr
Hammersmith Bridge bombed 1939, on the eve of the Boat Race.
The two bells of St. Mary-le-Bow church, London, as left after an air-raid. - June-1941