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This is the west minister abbey. I liked this pin because I got to go here this summer and see the actual church!

This is the west minister abbey. I liked this pin because I got to go here this summer and see the actual church!

London: The streets of a ruined London after The Blitz, 1940. >> See the Deals!

London: The streets of a ruined London after The Blitz, 1940. >> See the Deals!

A scene of utter devastation after a bomb fell on a London subway near the Bank of England - 11 January 1941

A scene of utter devastation after a bomb fell on a London subway near the Bank of England - 11 January 1941

A V-1 flying bomb lands in a street off Drury Lane, London 1944 [736 × 1106]

A V-1 flying bomb lands in a street off Drury Lane, London 1944 [736 × 1106]

World War II, 13th February 1945, London, England, A Rescue worker holds a cat amidst the devastation and rubble caused by a V-bomb launched by a Nazi raid in Judd Street

World War II, 13th February 1945, London, England, A Rescue worker holds a cat amidst the devastation and rubble caused by a V-bomb launched by a Nazi raid in Judd Street

WWII, Britain.  Lines of children at Paddington Station await evacuation from London.

WWII, Britain. Lines of children at Paddington Station await evacuation from London.

The London Necropolis Railway Was a Train for the Dead - The remains of part of the line after the Blitz.

The London Necropolis Railroad Was a Train for the Dead

The London Necropolis Railway Was a Train for the Dead - The remains of part of the line after the Blitz.

English schoolboys from London wait at Paddington Station to be evacuated to the countryside during the Blitz as German bombing of the city intensifies. The evacuation of civilians in Britain was designed to save the lives, particularly children, from the risks associated with aerial bombings of cities targeted by the Luftwaffe by moving them to areas thought to be less at risk. London, England, U.K. 7 September 1940. Image taken by George Rodger.

English schoolboys from London wait at Paddington Station to be evacuated to the countryside during the Blitz as German bombing of the city intensifies. The evacuation of civilians in Britain was designed to save the lives, particularly children, from the risks associated with aerial bombings of cities targeted by the Luftwaffe by moving them to areas thought to be less at risk. London, England, U.K. 7 September 1940. Image taken by George Rodger.

The London Auxiliary Fire Service fighting a fire near Whitehall road caused by an incendiary bomb. Photograph by William Vandivert. London, 1940.

The London Auxiliary Fire Service fighting a fire near Whitehall road caused by an incendiary bomb. Photograph by William Vandivert. London, 1940.

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