FLYING BOMB: V1 BOMB DAMAGE IN LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
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Civil Defence wardens and a member of the American Ambulance Great Britain search amongst rubble and timbers for salvageable items following a devastating V1 attack in Upper Norwood. In the foreground, a bent piece of guttering and spikes of timber dominate the scene. To the right of the photograph, a salvaged headboard or over-mantel mirror can be seen. The houses on the opposite side of the street (just visible to the right and in the background) have lost their roofs and windows.
Civil Defence wardens and a member of the American Ambulance Great Britain search amongst rubble for salvageable items following a V1 Flying Bomb strike in Upper Norwood, south London during 1944.