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Photo:Damage near Ebury Bridge, December 1940

Photo:Damage near Ebury Bridge, December 1940

View of Holborn Viaduct showing bomb damage.

View of Holborn Viaduct showing bomb damage.

Photo:Damage to 90 Claverton Street, September 1940

Photo:Damage to 90 Claverton Street, September 1940

Photo:Damage to Southern Railway, Ebury Bridge SW1

Photo:Damage to Southern Railway, Ebury Bridge SW1

Photo:Rear of damaged Art Metal Company

Photo:Rear of damaged Art Metal Company

HMS Exeter after refit in 1941. This heavy cruiser, one of only two "York Class" heavy cruisers built, suffered major damage in the Battle of the Rio Plata against the German pocket battleship, Admiral Graf Spee. Lest we forget: 61 RN officers and ratings were killed aboard HMS Exeter during that battle. Photo courtesy of Imperial War Museum posted by Charles McCain

HMS Exeter after refit in This heavy cruiser, suffered major damage in…

Manchester, December 1940 (© IWM)

When the UK was bombed nightly for eight months in a row

Burning building in Manchester after a German air raid, December 1940

Photo:The crashed Dornier, Wilton Road, Victoria, 15 September 1940

Photo:The crashed Dornier, Wilton Road, Victoria, 15 September 1940

November 1940: A cordoned off area of Cheapside where bomb damage made the buildings unsafe. The dome of St Paul's is in the distance. Picture: Fox Photos/Getty Images

Churchill's London then and now: How London was rebuilt after WWII

November A cordoned off area of Cheapside in London where bomb damage has made the buildings unsafe. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

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Historical Footsteps Tours - The London Blitz Walk

St Paul's Cathedral looking down Cannon Street from Cannon Street Fire Station showing the devastation caused by German bombing during the Second World War. 1948.

I was working for Balfour Beatty, Queen Street in 1948 and can remember this sight. (St Paul's Cathedral looking down Cannon Street from Cannon Street Fire Station showing the devastation caused by German bombing during the Second World War.

Sutherland Terrace, Pimlico, the morning after it was hit by two German parachute mines and three high explosive bombs, April 17 1941.

Sutherland Terrace, Pimlico, the morning after it was hit by two German parachute mines and three high explosive bombs, April 17

Hitler's Titanic is world's largest naval disaster

Hitler's Titanic is world's largest naval disaster

Titanic, Eagles, Wwii, Nest, World War Ii, World War Two

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