Incredible images reveal life of WWII British bomber
Images show the anti-aircraft guns deployed by German forces during RAF bombing raids, while another shows paratroopers dropping out of a British bomber as part of a training exercise.
St Paul's Cathedral after a direct hit during the blitz in London.
St Paul's Cathedral after a direct hit during the blitz in London. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images
SHELTER PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN IN LONDON BY BILL BRANDT, NOVEMBER 1940
D 1582. Liverpool Street Underground Station Shelter: A family sleeps in the underground tunnel; even the girl's doll has its own improvised bed.
Roger Mayne -street photographer
Having explored the work of Doisneau and Ronis , I thought I should tackle a British ‘street’ photographer -Roger Mayne. Some of the quotes have been taken from the Victoria and Albert …
September 28, 1940: Radio Belgique Begins
Saturday 28 September 1940 Piccadilly Underground Station, 28 September 1940. Battle of Britain: Weather is good on 28 September 1940, but the Luftwaffe is licking its wounds from the 27th. Once again, the Luftwaffe brass fine-tunes its strategy. Large formations of hundreds of bombers have been attracting massive responses from RAF Fighter Command to the Luftwaffe's detriment because half the German forces are ponderous bombers which make easy targets. Why it has taken the Luftwaffe this…
'WWII London Hospital Bomb Damage' Photographic Print | AllPosters.com
The morning after a direct hit had been scored by a high explosive bomb on St. Matthew's Hospital, Shoreditch, in London, on Oct. 9, 1940. In spite of the night's experiences nurses are on the job rescuing blankets and other bedding from among the debris.
Aldwych recreates spirit and terror of the Blitz
A disused Underground station that was used as an air raid shelter during the Blitz is to reopen to mark the 70th anniversary of the aerial attack on London.
Most Famous/iconic photographs in history
Does anyone else enjoy photogtaphy? I've been looking at some of the most iconic photographs of all time, and I have a few favourites. I'll share thr
Faces of The Blitz and England in World War 2 (40 Photos): 1940-1944 - Flashbak
The Blitz (short for Blitzkrieg, German for "lightning war") began on 7 September 1940, with more than 300 bombers involved. The attacks started on the East End before moving to central London. In total, 430 were killed and 1,600 badly injured that day...
WWII Photo British Boy Eating Ice Cream Naval Mine WW2 B&W World War Two / 8005 | eBay
This is a nice reproduction of an original World War Two photograph showing a young boy sitting on a German naval mine which has washed up on shore in England.