36 Inspiring Photos Of Life In London During The Blitz


For eight long months between September 1940 and May 1941, the people of Britain lived under a hail of bombs.

It was called the Blitz: a constant, unceasing bombardment of British cities by Nazi planes. It was Adolf Hitler and air force commander Hermann Göring’s attempt to break the British people – not just by killing soldiers, but by teaching civilians to live in terror.

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