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  • Jamez Robinson Jr

    Children in bomb shelter, England, 1940-41 #photography

  • Klaverro

    England, 1940-41. "Battle of Britain. Children in an English bomb shelter." #ww2 #war #history

  • Albert Arcas Solà

    “Battle of Britain. Children in an English bomb shelter.” England, 1940-41 From British Information Service/U.S. Office of War Information Thanks to Shorpy Historic Photo Archive - View full size

  • Walter Christie

    Those not old enough to remember, often tend to romanticize WWII, but this photo shows the true stark reality and fear of war. British children huddled in a makeshift air raid shelter as they endure attacks from Hitler’s air force, 1940.

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