LONDON IN THE FIFTH YEAR OF WAR: EVERYDAY LIFE IN LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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A group of American service personnel stroll down Charing Cross Road in London. The buildings on the left of the photograph are (left to right): Monseigneur News Theatre, the NSPCC headquarters, Warner cinema and the Hippodrome. On the right of the photograph, one of the famous British red telephone boxes can be clearly seen.