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A group of young evacuees awaits transport out of Southampton, England, after their homes are damaged by World War II raids.

A group of young evacuees awaits transport out of Southampton, England, after their homes are damaged by World War II raids.B/W Photo Colourised by Pearse.

Southampton: Women's Land Army tractors passing though the Bargate in the 1940s

Southampton: Women's Land Army tractors passing though the Bargate in the

Map showing how badly Southampton was bombed during the blitz. 712 bombs over 2 nights. DEFINITELY explains why Southampton doesn't look very historic.

Blitz Map interactive OS Map of the Blitz and it's impact on Southampton

A fire squad rushes along a dock wall in the East End of London to the scene of a fire after an air raid during the Blitz, April 1941. The group are members of the 'Dead End Kids' - a gang of teenage boys from the East End of London, who work as unofficial fire fighters. Original publication: Picture Post - 721 - Dead End Kids - unpub.

Browse WWII: Battle Of Britain And The Blitz latest photos. View images and find out more about WWII: Battle Of Britain And The Blitz at Getty Images.

Lower High Street, Southampton, in December 1940

ZZZ Lower High Street Southampton after the air raids of 30 November and 1 December

First night of the Blitz in Southampton.

November 1940 First night of the Southampton Blitz. Southampton was targeted as an important industrial centre, not least the Supermarine Spitfire factory, as well as being a major port.

Very rare original glossy silver gelatin print of Southampton Central Station downside / south-side entrance. A beautiful example of Streamline Moderne architecture, Southampton´s Central was built in 1935 and was designed by James Robb Scott, chief architect to the Southern Railway at that time. In early 40`s this downside part was destroyed under Luftwaffe´s Blitz.

Southern Railway Southampton Central STAMPED Press Photo WWII Historic Art Deco

Very rare original glossy silver gelatin print of Southampton Central Station downside / south-side entrance. A beautiful example of Streamline Moderne architecture, Southampton´s Central was built in 1935 and was designed by James Robb Scott, chief architect to the Southern Railway at that time. In early 40`s this downside part was destroyed under Luftwaffe´s Blitz.

1,096 German Prisoners of War are marched through the town of Gosport, Hampshire, guarded by British soldiers, in June of 1944. The prisoners arrived on HM Landing Ship Tank (LST-165), the first transport with prisoners from the Allied invasion of Normandy. They will be interrogated and distributed to various camps according to their classification

Original color photographs of the D-Day invasion of Normandy during World War II. From British and American soldiers preparing for the invasion in England to German prisoners being marched through …

Thackeray Vanity Fair. Southampton The Royal George Hotel dates back to 1783. It stood on the west side of the lower end of the High Street, in between Porters Lane and Broad Lane. It was one of a number of old pubs in that area, all of which were destroyed during the Blitz. The pub was popularly known as Quilter's, after Eliza Quilter a 19th century landlady. The name was also given to Quilter's Vault, a Norman cellar over which the pub stood.

Royal George Hotel (Quilter`s), 88 High Street

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