London bomb damage, 1940
London bombing 1940 - Amazing photo catching the collapse of a building.
The Elephant and Castle underground station during the “Blitz” (7 September 1940 - 10 May 1941)
Firemen at work during the Blitz on London (b/w photo)
The incredible map reveals the locations of every bomb dropped during the entire war, and also allows users to see the exact areas hit during the first night of the Blitz when German planes bombarded London with bombs.
London Blitz WWII. St. Paul's
London,circa 1940: Fire rages in London shops and business premises on Ludgate Hill near St. Paul's after heavy bombing raids (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)
Bomb Crater at Saint Paul's Cathedral - HU033609 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis
London during the Blitz. Sleeping on platforms of the London Underground was one of the ways citizens stayed safe while bombs fell on London above ground.
Spires of St. Paul’s Cathedral seen through the archway of a smoldering ruin after a Nazi incendiary bomb attack on the city. London, December 1940