This is typical of the way Londoners had breakfast in England, Sept. 6, 1939, after the air raid warning had sounded. Breakfast was in the family dugout--this one in a garden?with a gasmask hanging ready. (AP Photo)
Michael Aspel among two thousand WW2 children evacuees reunited 70 years later
Two thousand WWII children evacuees reunite 70 years later - Families were split up as three million children were given their rations and sent on trains out of the cities and, hopefully, to safety as the Second World War began. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1210474/Two-thousand-WW2-children-evacuees-reunite-70-years-later
Battle-Damaged B-17 Flying Fortresses: Fuselage struck by a German fighter, whose pilot had just been killed by this bomber's tail gunner. No-one on the B-17 was injured or killed. Only one spar was left undamaged, holding the tail on for three more hours until they landed in England. It never flew again, though.