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Wartime toys were extremely popular during World War II. Here, Patsy Ann McHugh, as a nurse, bandages the hand of “wounded aviator” Bobby O’Connor with her nursing kit in New York.

Wartime toys were extremely popular during World War II. Here, Patsy Ann McHugh, as a nurse, bandages the hand of “wounded aviator” Bobby O’Connor with her nursing kit in New York.

In The Ruins.  A young girl holds her "friend" after one of the Nazis' bombing campaigns on Britain during the Blitz of World War II.

In The Ruins. A young girl holds her "friend" after one of the Nazis' bombing campaigns on Britain during the Blitz of World War II.

London at War - 1939 Evacuees    Evacuees the measures being taken in London to prepare for World War II.    September 1939 – The evacuations of civilians in Britain during World War II, at the outset of World War II, London and major British cities were evacuated with 1.5 million displacements in the first three days of the official evacuation. The final number of evacuees reached a total of 3.75 million.

London at War - 1939 Evacuees Evacuees the measures being taken in London to prepare for World War II. September 1939 – The evacuations of civilians in Britain during World War II, at the outset of World War II, London and major British cities were evacuated with 1.5 million displacements in the first three days of the official evacuation. The final number of evacuees reached a total of 3.75 million.

WORLD WAR II: BLITZ, 1940. The aftermath of a German blitz on London, 7-8 September 1940, near the height of the Battle of Britain.

World War II: Blitz, 1940

WORLD WAR II: BLITZ, 1940. The aftermath of a German blitz on London, 7-8 September 1940, near the height of the Battle of Britain.

The Elephant and Castle underground station during the “Blitz” (7 September 1940-10 May 1941).  Photograph by Bill Brandt.

The Elephant and Castle underground station during the “Blitz” (7 September 1940-10 May 1941). Photograph by Bill Brandt.

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