WWII: London Bombed
Winston Churchill, the prime minister and Irish journalist and Conservative politician Brendan Bracken (1901 - 1958) survey bomb damage to the Houses of Parliament, London.
July 07, 2005 Licence
World War II, 26th April 1945, One of London last and worst V2 incidents, A civilian casualty sits among the debris of Smithfield market after one of the last V2 rockets had crashed
January 01, 1900 Licence
The aftermath of a V-2 rocket explosion in Farringdon Market, which killed 380 people. Original Publication: Picture Post - 1967 - One Story We Couldn't Tell - pub. 2 October 1948
September 08, 2004 Licence
Buckea's bakers shop, stands alone on the corner of Boswell Street and Theobalds Road, Holborn, after heavy bombing in the area during the Second World War.
July 26, 2011 Licence
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
December 07, 2012 Licence
A message for the postman about the whereabouts of his clients, who have been bombed out of their home during The Blitz. Original Publication: Picture Post - 1814 - London Bombed Homes: A Defeat On The Home Front - pub. 1944
July 19, 2007 Licence
People in a street in the immediate aftermath of a flying bomb exploding. Original Publication: Picture Post - 1741 - A Flying Bomb Falls: The Five Minutes That Follow - pub. 1944
Rescuers carry the injured from the wreckage of their bomb shelter following an air raid over London.
January 01, 2013 Licence
Mr and Mrs Jack Benedy remain cheerfully defiant, whilst standing amidst the wreckage of their home in Turnham Green, London. The house was destroyed during a World War II air raid, and Mr Benedy gives his own version of Churchill's...More
A group of London children inspecting bomb damage outside their front door.
January 01, 2009 Licence