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The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, 1918 - how people celebrated the end of WWI.

The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, 1918 - how people celebrated the end of WWI.

The wreckage of a bus, which was blasted against a house in London during The Blitz, 9th September 1940

The wreckage of a bus, which was blasted against a house in London during The Blitz, 9th September 1940

25th, October, 1940, A Bus which fell into a bomb crater in a London street, the front wheels became locked in the hole and the vehicle had to be hauled out (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

25th, October, 1940, A Bus which fell into a bomb crater in a London street, the front wheels became locked in the hole and the vehicle had to be hauled out (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

Bus laying inside huge bomb crater after heavy German air raid bombing attacks during the Battle of Britain. By William Vandivert for LIFE, September 1, 1940

Bus laying inside huge bomb crater after heavy German air raid bombing attacks during the Battle of Britain. By William Vandivert for LIFE, September 1, 1940

2 unknown bus conductresses during the First World War in Deptford. Faces of Lewisham - Lewisham Heritage - Picasa Web Albums

2 unknown bus conductresses during the First World War in Deptford. Faces of Lewisham - Lewisham Heritage - Picasa Web Albums

On the night of October 14 1940, a bomb penetrated the road and exploded in Balham Underground station, killing 68 people. A No 88 bus travelling in black-out conditions then fell into the crater.

Blitz Britain: Amazing colour pictures of London under siege from Nazi bombers during World War II

On the night of October 14 1940, a bomb penetrated the road and exploded in Balham Underground station, killing 68 people. A No 88 bus travelling in black-out conditions then fell into the crater.

People celebrate the end of war on a London bus

How did war end?

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