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George Rodger - Steel helmets were worn by all who could get them during the Blitz of World War ll,1940

London at War - 1939 Evacuees Evacuees the measures being taken in London to prepare for World War II. September 1939 – The evacuations of civilians in Britain during World War II, at the outset of World War II, London and major British cities were evacuated with 1.5 million displacements in the first three days of the official evacuation. The final number of evacuees reached a total of 3.75 million.

Awaiting evacuation, a young refugee hangs onto his dog’s leash in 1940. Vast numbers of pets were, not surprisingly, separated from their families during the war, while breeding progams and animal shelters were often shuttered or cast into disarray. (LIFE/History By Zim)

WAVES reading a news article about Victory over Japan (VJ) Day, August 14, 1945 ~

World War Two: 23rd December 1940, Father Christmas walks the streets of wartime London, The old man has exchanged his civilian red hood for a warlike 'tin hat', but, blitz or no blitz, he is delivering goods this year.

George Rodger G.B. ENGLAND. London. All night workers of the Rescue Squads welcome tea in the morning. Life in London during The Blitz of World War II in 1939-40. (1940)

Boy who lost his family in the London blitz (taken by Toni Frissell)