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Women's Fashion During WWI: 1914 - 1920

Women and Fashions of the Early 20th Century - World War I Era - Clothing of 1914 - 1920

Douglas Bader was a famous fighter pilot from World War Two who had twenty-two kills credited to him. He flew and fought in the Battle of Britain with no legs – the result of a pre-war plane crash. Bader was an outstanding sportsman; when young he played rugby union for Harlequins, who are still an active club, at fly-half. He came close to English national team selection.

Blitz Canteen: Women of the women's voluntary service run a mobile canteen in London, England, 1941

World War 2: Black-out picture gallery

WW II German poster depicts a skeleton - Death - hurling bombs from a British bomber with the caption 'Der Feind sieht dein Licht - Verdunkeln!' ('The enemy sees your light - blackout!), circa 1943-45. Poster by Sander-Herweg.16

How Alan Turing's secret papers were saved for the nation

Bletchley Park World War 2 | Alan Turing, who worked at Bletchley Park breaking codes. Plans are ...