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"All night workers of the Rescue Squads welcome tea in the morning." London during The Blitz,1939-40.

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London 1940 by George Rodger - All-night workers of the Rescue Squads welcome tea in the morning during the Blitz, WWII

Mobile Tea Canteen - London, World War II -

Image detail for -. mobile canteen - London, World War II - by Miss Magnolia Thunderpussy

World War Two: 23rd December 1940, Father Christmas walks the streets of wartime London, The old man has exchanged his civilian red hood for a warlike 'tin hat', but, blitz or no blitz, he is delivering goods this year ~

British soldier dresses as Santa Claus, 1941

How the first world war changed north-west England – in pictures

How the first world war changed north-west England – in pictures

Who doesn't love a tea break? A tea break for the workers of the British Oil Cake Company, Manchester, WWI

Two nurses from the National Air Raid Precautions Animal Committee bringing an injured Airedale Terrier, injured during an air raid, to an animal hospital, 1940.

Workers with the National Air Raid Precautions Animal Committee carry an Airedale, injured during an air raid, into an animal hospital — England, 1940

A female air-warden carries a little girl after she had been rescued from her bombed home. England, The Second World War. IWM

EVERY DAY HERO. A female air-warden carries a little girl after she had been rescued from her bombed home. England, The Second World War. The terror on this little girl's face breaks my heart!

A Queue. UK ~ listing of WW2 Rations 1940: Two Adults

The Wartime Kitchen: Living of Rations with Ration Book Cooking – Day Two & Lord Woolton Pie

A Queue. UK ~ listing of WW2 Rations 1940: Two Adults

A little girl, wounded after a German V-1 cruise bomb hit her house, is evacuated by an air raid warden. London, June 23, 1944

A little girl, wounded after a German V-1 cruise bomb hit her house, is evacuated by an air raid warden. London, June 23, 1944. [662x800]

prev pinner note: A little girl, wounded after a German cruise bomb hit her house, is evacuated by an air raid warden.

Anderson shelter

World War Two - British Empire - The Home Front - The Blitz - Shelters - London - 1940 mum would never stay in a Anderson shelter

World War II, 13th February 1945, London, England, A Rescue worker holds a cat amidst the devastation and rubble caused by a V-bomb launched by a Nazi raid in Judd Street

♡ World War II, February London, England, A Rescue worker holds a cat amidst the devastation and rubble caused by a V-bomb launched by a Nazi raid in Judd Street (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

London. June-July, 1941. Home Guard warden and woman share tea in an air-raid shelter.

Robert Capa - Home Guard warden and woman share tea in an air-raid shelter, London 1941 /Magnum Photos

Sheltering Underground During the Blitz Islington London Photographic Print

Sheltering Underground During the Blitz Islington London.

A striking portrait of two civilian firefighters, one male, one female. Both are wearing their Fire Guard armbands, long overcoats and steel helmets. The straps of their gas mask cases can also just be seen. This photograph was probably taken in October 1941.

two civilian firefighters wearing their Fire Guard armbands, long overcoats and steel helmets. The straps of their gas mask cases can also be seen.

London children evacuees.

Pinner states : London Evacuees - 1 September 1939 My mother & her siblings were evacuated from London during WWII

9th September 1939: Housewives of Roupell Street, London, painting kerbs white to help night time traffic during WW II. (Photo by Harry Todd/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

September Housewives of Roupell Street, London, painting curbs white to help night time traffic during WW II. (Photo by Harry Todd/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Winston Churchill and his wife, Clementine, on board a naval auxiliary patrol vessel during a visit to the London docks, 25 September 1940.

Horton (Cpt) -- Winston Churchill and his wife, Clementine, on board a naval auxiliary patrol vessel during a visit to the London docks, 25 September

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