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Two DH.89A Rapide air ambulance aircraft at RAF Hendon, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom circa Aug 1940Two DH.89A Rapide air ambulance aircraft over RAF Hendon, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom circa Aug 1940M.14 Magister aircraft of No. 8 Elementary Flying Training School preparing for flight at Woodley Aerodrome, Woodley, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom, Sep 1940German He 111 bomber in flight northbound over Surrey Docks, London, England, United Kingdom at 1700 hours on 7 Sep 1940, photo 1 of 2
Two DH.89A Rapide air ambulance aircraft at RAF Hendon, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom circa Aug 1940Two DH.89A Rapide air ambulance aircraft over RAF Hendon, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom circa Aug 1940M.14 Magister aircraft of No. 8 Elementary Flying Training School preparing for flight at Woodley Aerodrome, Woodley, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom, Sep 1940German He 111 bomber in flight northbound over Surrey Docks, London, England, United Kingdom at 1700 hours on 7 Sep 1940, photo 1 of 2
German He 111 bomber in flight northbound over Surrey Docks, London, England, United Kingdom at 1700 hours on 7 Sep 1940, photo 2 of 2Smoke rising from the Surrey Docks, London, England, United Kingdom, 8 Sep 1940, the morning after the opening night of “The Blitz” bombings as seen from London Bridge. Note Tower Bridge silhouetted against the smoke.76mm anti-aircraft gun aboard ORP Blyskawica, Britain, 13 Sep 1940A Dornier Do-17 bomber dropping a string of bombs on London, England, United Kingdom, 20 Sep 1940
German He 111 bomber in flight northbound over Surrey Docks, London, England, United Kingdom at 1700 hours on 7 Sep 1940, photo 2 of 2Smoke rising from the Surrey Docks, London, England, United Kingdom, 8 Sep 1940, the morning after the opening night of “The Blitz” bombings as seen from London Bridge. Note Tower Bridge silhouetted against the smoke.76mm anti-aircraft gun aboard ORP Blyskawica, Britain, 13 Sep 1940A Dornier Do-17 bomber dropping a string of bombs on London, England, United Kingdom, 20 Sep 1940
View of 2-pdr gun and two sailors aboard HMS Rodney, Firth of Forth, Scotland, United Kingdom, Oct 1940Handley Page Hampden crewmembers of No. 83 Squadron RAF Bomber Command arriving at their aircraft in a lorry driven by a WAAF member, RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 2 Oct 1940Londoners taking shelter in an underground train tunnel during the ‘Blitz,’ London, England, United Kingdom, 8 Oct 1940.British Morris Quad vehicle towing an Ordnance QF 4.5 inch Howitzer of 51st Highland Division on the Huntly-Turniff road in Banffshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, 10 Oct 1940
View of 2-pdr gun and two sailors aboard HMS Rodney, Firth of Forth, Scotland, United Kingdom, Oct 1940Handley Page Hampden crewmembers of No. 83 Squadron RAF Bomber Command arriving at their aircraft in a lorry driven by a WAAF member, RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 2 Oct 1940Londoners taking shelter in an underground train tunnel during the ‘Blitz,’ London, England, United Kingdom, 8 Oct 1940.British Morris Quad vehicle towing an Ordnance QF 4.5 inch Howitzer of 51st Highland Division on the Huntly-Turniff road in Banffshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, 10 Oct 1940
A London bus after falling into a massive bomb crater in the center of Balham High Road, London, England, UK, Oct 15 1940.Universal Carrier Mk I of UK Duke of CornwallA sergeant in the Dorking Home Guard cleaning his Thompson submachine gun in his home, Dorking, southern England, United Kingdom, 1 Dec 1940St. Paul
A London bus after falling into a massive bomb crater in the center of Balham High Road, London, England, UK, Oct 15 1940.Universal Carrier Mk I of UK Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry at Sussex Downs in southern England, United Kingdom, 18 Oct 1940A sergeant in the Dorking Home Guard cleaning his Thompson submachine gun in his home, Dorking, southern England, United Kingdom, 1 Dec 1940St. Paul's Cathedral during the great raid on London, England, United Kingdom, 29 Dec 1940
A M.19 Master II aircraft and an Oxford aircraft at RAF Hullavington, England, United Kingdom, 1940sAustralian Prime Minister Robert Menzies and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in ChurchillBritish Home Guard personnel posing with a Northover Projector with tripod mounted on a hand cart, circa early 1940sHMS Exeter at Devonport, Plymouth, England, United Kingdom, date unknown
A M.19 Master II aircraft and an Oxford aircraft at RAF Hullavington, England, United Kingdom, 1940sAustralian Prime Minister Robert Menzies and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in Churchill's office at 10 Downing Street, London, England, United Kingdom, 1941British Home Guard personnel posing with a Northover Projector with tripod mounted on a hand cart, circa early 1940sHMS Exeter at Devonport, Plymouth, England, United Kingdom, date unknown

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