Search and rescue dog Rip and handler E. King among rubble in Poplar, London, England, United Kingdom, Aug 1941Search and rescue dog Rip atop a pile of rubble after an air raid on Poplar, London, England, United Kingdom, 5 Aug 1941Air raid warden E. King with search and rescue dog Rip, 1945; note Dickin Medal on Rip
Search and rescue dog Rip and handler E. King among rubble in Poplar, London, England, United Kingdom, Aug 1941Search and rescue dog Rip atop a pile of rubble after an air raid on Poplar, London, England, United Kingdom, 5 Aug 1941Air raid warden E. King with search and rescue dog Rip, 1945; note Dickin Medal on Rip's collar


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