Arms full of bride - 10-January-1942. The marriage between Lance Bombardier Thomas Lloyd, a well known footballer who formerly played for the Dulwich Hamlet F.C. and Miss Irene Dorothy Winsborough, took place at St Mathew's Church, Brixton. (Photo by Planet News Archive/SSPL/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

Arms full of bride - 10-January-1942. The marriage between Lance Bombardier Thomas Lloyd, a well known footballer who formerly played for the Dulwich Hamlet F.C. and Miss Irene Dorothy Winsborough, took place at St Mathew's Church, Brixton. (Photo by Planet News Archive/SSPL/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

28th August 1940: Four teachers of the Womens' League of Health and Beauty stretch over an exercise bar. They are being instructed by Lady Prunella Hamilton at a summer refresher course in London. (Photo by William Vanderson/Fox Photos/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

28th August 1940: Four teachers of the Womens' League of Health and Beauty stretch over an exercise bar. They are being instructed by Lady Prunella Hamilton at a summer refresher course in London. (Photo by William Vanderson/Fox Photos/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

Squadron Leader Louis Arbon Strange, DSO, DFC, MC, leaves Buckingham Palace with his daughter Susan, after receiving a Bar to his DFC, 3rd September 1940. Susan Strange later distinguished herself in the field of political economics. (Photo by Commander Harrison/Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

Squadron Leader Louis Arbon Strange, DSO, DFC, MC, leaves Buckingham Palace with his daughter Susan, after receiving a Bar to his DFC, 3rd September 1940. Susan Strange later distinguished herself in the field of political economics. (Photo by Commander Harrison/Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

March 8th, 1941: King Haakon of Norway addressed some of the 300 Norwegian volunteer patriots after their arrival in London from the Lofoten Islands, from whence they were brought back by the British Navy after the daring and successful raid by British Forces on the Nazi controlled islands.' (Photo by Planet News Archive/SSPL/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

March 8th, 1941: King Haakon of Norway addressed some of the 300 Norwegian volunteer patriots after their arrival in London from the Lofoten Islands, from whence they were brought back by the British Navy after the daring and successful raid by British Forces on the Nazi controlled islands.' (Photo by Planet News Archive/SSPL/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

March 8th 1941: Nearly three hundred volunteers from the Lofoten Islands, who were brought back to England by the British Navy after the daring and successful raid on the Nazi controlled islands, are in London to join the Norwegian Forces here in the fight for the freedom of their country.' (Photo by Planet News Archive/SSPL/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

March 8th 1941: Nearly three hundred volunteers from the Lofoten Islands, who were brought back to England by the British Navy after the daring and successful raid on the Nazi controlled islands, are in London to join the Norwegian Forces here in the fight for the freedom of their country.' (Photo by Planet News Archive/SSPL/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

The view east down Ludgate Hill in London, towards St Paul's Cathedral, 19th April 1941. Original Publication : Picture Post - 973 - London Carter - pub. 1941 (Photo by Bert Hardy/Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

The view east down Ludgate Hill in London, towards St Paul's Cathedral, 19th April 1941. Original Publication : Picture Post - 973 - London Carter - pub. 1941 (Photo by Bert Hardy/Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

2nd August 1941: The clientele of a London pub listen to the radio during the broadcast of one of Churchill's speeches. Original Publication: Picture Post - 829 - Listening To Churchill - pub. 1941 (Photo by Felix Man/Picture Post/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

2nd August 1941: The clientele of a London pub listen to the radio during the broadcast of one of Churchill's speeches. Original Publication: Picture Post - 829 - Listening To Churchill - pub. 1941 (Photo by Felix Man/Picture Post/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

London, 27th September 1939:  Coffee house protected with sandbags at the start of WWII. (Photo credit should read STF/AFP/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

London, 27th September 1939: Coffee house protected with sandbags at the start of WWII. (Photo credit should read STF/AFP/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

8th August 1939: Painting street bollards white on a traffic island in Sloane Square, London in preparation for a practice blackout prior to WW II. (Photo by Stephenson/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

8th August 1939: Painting street bollards white on a traffic island in Sloane Square, London in preparation for a practice blackout prior to WW II. (Photo by Stephenson/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

9th August 1939: A line of trees along the New Kings Road in Parsons Green, Fulham, London, painted with three white rings in preparation for Britain's biggest World War II blackout, due to start at 11.30 pm. (Photo by J. A. Hampton/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

9th August 1939: A line of trees along the New Kings Road in Parsons Green, Fulham, London, painted with three white rings in preparation for Britain's biggest World War II blackout, due to start at 11.30 pm. (Photo by J. A. Hampton/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images) #london #war #East_End

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