BLACKOUT AND AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS IN LONDON, ENGLAND, 1941
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The large doorway at the entrance to the Royal Institute of British Architects has been bricked up and a new entrance created. An extra brick wall has been placed in front of the entrance and the doorway moved to the side if this wall. The aim of this construction is provide protection against blast from any bombs which may fall nearby.