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WW2 bomb damage. St Thomas's Hospital, London.    Photo found in a flea market in Brighton, UK. The hospital was hit on 9th September 1940. This wing was demolished and replaced with a modern high rise building after the war. The corner of County Hall can be seen behind and enabled me to identify the location of this photo.

London, St Thomas's Hospital - damaged by bombs in World War II - image courtesy of Mr.

German bombers raid London by moonlight, October 15, 1940    Burning buildings after a Blitz air raid, near St.Paul’s Cathedral in the City of London

German bombers raid London by moonlight, October 1940 Burning buildings after a Blitz air raid, near St.Paul& Cathedral in the City of London

Residents of London’s Lambeth walk doing the dance of the same name in London, Sept. 18, 1940 by way of showing their spirits are still high after bombs damaged the area.

Enthusiastic residents of London dancing in London, Sept. after bombs damaged the area.

The astonishing interactive map that shows every bomb dropped on London during The Blitz

The astonishing interactive map that shows every bomb dropped on London during The Blitz

London bombed 71 times over 57 consecutive nights. Site lists location of almost every bomb dropped.

A group of men playing cricket on a blitzed site in Blackfriars, London, during their lunch-hour, with St Paul's Cathedral in the background

Londoners at play

A group of men playing cricket on a blitzed site in Blackfriars, London, during their lunch-hour, with St Paul's Cathedral in the background.

Buckingham Palace bombed - ClippingBook - Freakiest Things That Have Happened on Friday the 13th, scary. horror, history

On this day September, 1940 Buckingham Palace was bombed during the Blitz, on 16 separate occasions bombs were dropped on the palace, nine of which were direct hits ( Photo:Bomb damage outside Buckingham Palace, September

Airraid 1944

WWII - Civilians sleeping in the Underground, their make shift bomb bunker inLondon.don't imagine sleeping on an escalator was too comfortable!

A wide view of the bomb-damaged shell of the John Lewis department store on London's Oxford Street, following an air raid in September 1940.

“A wide view of the bomb-damaged shell of the John Lewis department store on London's Oxford Street,

3rd May 1941: Bomb damage in London's Leicester Square caused by German air raids during the Blitz. Original Publication: Picture Post - 713 - The Morning After The Blitz - pub. 1941 (Photo by Bert Hardy/Picture Post/Getty Images)

May Bomb damage in London's Leicester Square caused by German air raids during the Blitz. Original Publication: Picture Post - 713 - The Morning After The Blitz - pub. 1941 (Photo by Bert Hardy/Picture Post/Getty Images)

Air raid damage done to the Dockland area of London Sep 17 1940

A scene of devastation in the Dockland area of London attacked by German bomber on September 1940

In the shadow of St. Paul’s. The Blitz, London, 1940.   Unattributed

The London Blitz. Still standing after endless German bombings, St. Paul's remained a beacon of hope, miracle and wonder in the dark days of WWII.

A Spirit-of-the-Blitz milk bar in London, where there had been a dairy until bombing destroyed it.

Keep calm & carry on: a spirit-of-the-Blitz milk bar in London, where there had been a dairy until a Blitz-bombing raid destroyed it

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