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Women GPO Workers During WW2Women GPO Workers During WW2
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A Direct Hit On A Lonely Farm In WestmorlandA Mobile Canteen Serving The Fire BrigadeA Scene At Picadilly Underground Station In September 1940 Of People Taking Refuge From German BombsA Street Scene In Cambridge After Bomb Raids In Eastern England On 18th June 1940A Stretcher Party Carrying A Casualty To Safety After Cardiffs Biggest RaidA Thousand People Were Killed In Two Nights During The Clydeside BlitzesAfter Nine Hours Of Bombing Sheffield High Street 12th Dec 1940After The Blitz Merchants Road Clifton WW2After The Bombing In Portsmouth Were 65000 Houses Out Of 70000 In The City Were DamagedAfter The Daylight Raid On Central London October 1940 A Survivor Is Lifted From A BasementAfter The Night Of The 11th Jan 1941 Making Sure No One RemainsAfter The Night Of The 11th Jan 1941 Searching For SurvivorsAve Maria Lane London 29th Dec 1940Balham High Road London 15th Oct 1940Bomb Damage At The Royal Crescent Bath In April 1942Brightons Empty Promenade In July 1940 Where The Seaward Side Is Banned To CiviliansCasualties Of The Blitz Attending Westminster HospitalChildren Taking Cover In Kentish Hopfields On 3rd September 1940 Whilst RAF Engage German Raiders OverheadClydeside Feeds Its Homeless People After The BlitzCoventry City Centre After Being Bombed In WW2