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Volume Page Picture World War Two, Rescue workers pulling a victim from the rubble after they had been trapped in a bomb damaged…

East london - World War II -- pacifism isolationism histclo.com743 × 1107Search by image Figure 1.-- Pacifists and anti-war crusaders congratluate themselves on their moral superiority. They exerted considerable influence in Britain and France during the 1920s and the 1930s. The image here shows the result Google Search

This Air Raid Warden assists a London family that somehow survived a Luftwaffe raid during the early phase of the Blitz.

Wardens doing their best to keep up the Christmas cheer in a bunker beneath a central London cinema Picture: GETTY IMAGES

In pictures: Underground London during the Second World War

In pictures: Underground London during the Second World War - Telegraph Wardens doing their best to keep up the Christmas cheer in a bunker beneath a central London cinema Picture: GETTY IMAGES

Pearly Kings and Queens, also referred to as Pearlies, are a group of people in London, England, who work for charitable purposes. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

vicfangirlguide: A group of ‘Pearlies’ from the In the century London was full of street traders known as costermongers or costers. In order to attract customers costers would decorate their clothes with mother of pearl buttons.

Angel Islington Lyons Cafe Restaurant 1930's

Angel, Islington, Lyons Cafe & Restaurant - Now the Co-Op Bank. this is where the designers of Monopoly decided to add 'The Angel' onto the Monopoly board.

Lines of children await evacuation from London. Paddington Station.

Lines of children await evacuation from London.

Charlie Rouse was the last of the 'Watchmen' in London before the formation of the 'Peelers' who where the world's first police force.

Charlie Rouse was the last of the 'Watchmen' in London before the formation of the 'Peelers' who where the world's first police force. At one point there were night watchmen employed by the City of London.

1910 - London dockers children, living in rat infested slums, surviving on discarded fish heads and tails from Billingsgate Fish Market. Their Fathers went on strike for a minimum wage of 6d per hour (£1.50 per week)

Typical England 1910 - London dockers children, living in rat infested slums, surviving on discarded fish heads and tails from Billingsgate Fish Market. Their Fathers went on strike for a minimum wage of per hour per week)

London, Match Seller, Greenwich 1884

Match Seller, Greenwich London victorian era london was a very harsh environment for young children living in poverty

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