WINSTON CHURCHILL DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
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Winston Churchill, his daughter, Mary, and General Sir Frederick Pile (GOC Anti-Aircraft Command) watch a demonstration of measures used to combat flying bombs in the south of England on 30 June 1944.
Winston Churchill with his daughter Mary and General Sir Frederick Pile (GOC Anti-Aircraft Command) watch anti-aircraft guns in action against V1 flying bombs, 30 June 1944.
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