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An air-raid Warden phoning from a shattered telephone box, London, By George Rodger, 1940

An Air-raid Warden phones from a shattered booth after a bombing raid in London, 1940 (George Rodger)

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.

Wardens doing their best to keep up the Christmas cheer in a bunker beneath a central London cinema

In pictures: Underground London during the Second World War

In pictures: Underground London during the Second World War - Telegraph Wardens doing their best to keep up the Christmas cheer in a bunker beneath a central London cinema Picture: GETTY IMAGES

BRITAIN IN COLOUR (1939 1945)

Life goes on in London despite the destruction caused by German air raids, 1941

The Kardomah Cafe, outfitted as an air raid shelter during wartime, Fleet St, London, England, November 15, 1939.

The Kardomah Cafe, Outfitted As An Air Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

The Kardomah Cafe of Fleet Street, outfitted as a public air raid shelter as an attraction during wartime, London/November

This Air Raid Warden assists a London family that survived a Lufwaffe raid during WWII

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This Air Raid Warden assists a London family that somehow survived a Luftwaffe raid during the early phase of the Blitz.

World War II, 25th October, 1940. A white coated and steel helmeted P.D.S.A. man taking a dog from a wrecked house in the East End of London, after an air raid. Note the cat sitting on the debris. (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

World War II, October 1940 - A white coated and steel helmeted P. man taking a dog from a wrecked house in the East End of London, after an air raid. Note the cat sitting on the debris. (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

AIR RAID WARDENS 1940: Members of a team of Air Raid Wardens in a London suburb who have been tackling and extinguishing Luftwaffe incendiary bombs. The men are holding stirrup pumps, used to douse fires with water from a bucket.  Picture part of PA Second World War Collection : The Blitz

Air Raid Wardens Members of a team of Air Raid Wardens in a London suburb who have been tackling and extinguishing Luftwaffe incendiary bombs. The men are holding stirrup pumps, used to douse fires with water from a bucket.

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