V1 FLYING BOMB ATTACKS ON SOUTHERN ENGLAND, 1944
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PC Frederick Godwin of Gipsy Hill Police Station supplies tea and sympathy to a now homeless man after a V1 attack that sadly killed his wife and destroyed his home. He returned from taking his dog (also pictured) for a walk to find a scene of devastation. In the background, rescue workers can be seen searching the rubble and debris for any survivors of this attack which destroyed almost an entire street.
A police constable comforts a man sitting amongst the rubble of his house destroyed by a V1 Flying Bomb in 1944.
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