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A Glimpse of Armistice Day in London, 1918

The crowd gathered outside the Stock Exchange and the Bank of England in London after the announcement of the Armistice on November 1918

St. Paul's Cathedral stands undamaged among the smoke and flames of heavy bombing in London . Dec 29th, 1940 [1247x867]

St Paul's cathedral, standing tall as London burns after the worst single night's bombing of the Blitz. 29 December 1940 was the worst night of the Blitz. More than fires broke out, including one which covered half a square mile.

Liverpool St, by Tony Bock (c 1973-1978)

A mischievous trainspotter changes the departure time at Liverpool St Station, London / Tony Bock 1977

London, Forest Gate, Romford Road in the 1900's.jpg (900×588)

London, Forest Gate, Romford Road in the

Customers using listening booths in HMV, Oxford Street, London - 1950s. I want to be there please.    by hmv_getcloser, via Flickr

historical photos Customers at a London music store listen to the latest record releases in soundproof listening booths, 1955

Fires over the East End and the Docks seen from the the London Bridge, 7 September 1940

The first mass air raid on London, September 7 , showing the scene in London's dock area as Tower Bridge stands out against a background of smoke and fires.