LONDON SCHOOLS IN WARTIME: SCHOOL LIFE IN LONDON, ENGLAND, 1941
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A teacher wearing a gas mask leads a large group of children out of the entrance of Old Woolwich Road School in Greenwich, London. The children are crossing the playground in a line two abrest and all are wearing their gas masks. The school has clearly been damaged by air raids, as many windows have panes missing or smashed. There is also some damage to the brickwork.
Anti-gas drill at Old Woolwich Road School in Greenwich, London during 1941.