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    London at War | police | 1940 | London Blitz | vintage photography | black & white | history | historical moment | timeless | remember

  • Amaya Thanatogenos

    London at War - Police c1940 Police in London during the Blitz

  • Nancy Comee

    Police in London during the Blitz. World War II

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