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  • ANSWERING YOU: THE PRODUCTION OF A BBC RADIO PROGRAMME FOR THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 1941

    ANSWERING YOU: THE PRODUCTION OF A BBC RADIO PROGRAMME FOR THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 1941

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Information Photo Division Photographer

    D 4567

    One of the panelists on 'Answering You' was Edward Hulton, proprietor of a publishing house. Here we see Hulton (left) and a colleague on fire watching duty on the roof of his company Hulton Press. Behind them can be seen the City of London,...

  • The Haberdashers' Hall, 8th May 1945

    The Haberdashers' Hall, 8th May 1945

    (art) Made by: Hodgkin, C Eliot 1945

    Art.IWM ART LD 5311

    image: The bomb-damaged remains of the Haberdashers' Hall in the City of London. In the foreground are pieces of rubble but also flowers and plants growing through the debris, showing that the damage has not been caused recently. The spire of a...

  • St Michael Paternoster Royal, College Hill, London, EC4

    St Michael Paternoster Royal, College Hill, London, EC4

    (art) Made by: Strang, Ian 1943

    Art.IWM ART LD 3785

    image: A pipeline runs across the image, from above some railway arches on the left, down to the ground and across an empty area, away from the viewer towards a warehouse and a church in the background.

  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 1939-45

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 1939-45

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer

    H 6379

    Men of the Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps (AMPC) search buildings demolished by bombing in Fore Street in the City of London, 3 January 1941.

  • St Stephens, Walbrook, 1941

    St Stephens, Walbrook, 1941

    (art) Made by: Flanders, Dennis 1941

    Art.IWM ART LD 1381

    image: A view inside the church, looking up at the damaged dome. A large section is missing, through which the sky is visible. The church floor is covered in neat piles of rubble, scaffolding poles and planks. There are also some men in the church...

  • Post Office Buildings

    Post Office Buildings

    (art) Made by: Pitchforth, Roland Vivian

    Art.IWM ART LD 939

    image: a bomb site in the foreground with steel girders sticking up out of the rubble. In the background buildings remain standing, however men can be seen at work securing the building on the right.

  • Roof Spotters

    Roof Spotters

    (art) Made by: Gross, Anthony 1940

    Art.IWM ART LD 684

    image: two roof spotters stand with their backs to the artist looking out across London with binoculars. Next to them is a table covered with mapping equipment. The dome of St Paul's and Tower Bridge is just visible above the parapet in front of...

  • Repairing Telephone Cables

    Repairing Telephone Cables

    (art) Made by: Pitchforth, Roland Vivian 1941

    Art.IWM ART LD 1199

    image: a view looking down on two workers surrounded by thick cables in a recess in the pavement.

  • Air Raid on the City of London, 1940

    Air Raid on the City of London, 1940

    (art) Made by: Golding, William A 1940

    Art.IWM ART LD 6062

    image: fire crews and Air Raid Wardens work within a series of bomb damaged buildings in the City of London, with various fire engines, vehicles and hoses scattering the scene. The huge intact dome of St Paul's Cathedral looms up in the background,...

  • London : Clearance of debris between Gresham Street and St Paul's, 1941

    London : Clearance of debris between Gresham Street and St Paul's, 1941

    (art) Made by: Flanders, Dennis 1942

    Art.IWM ART LD 2214

    image: A view of St Pauls Cathedral, surrounded by bomb-damaged houses. In the foreground there is a large empty area which has been cleared of rubble and has several neat piles of corrugated metal arranged around it. There are several men working with...

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