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George Rodger - GB. World War II. Coventry. Bombings. November 14&15. 1940.
G.B. ENGLAND. Coventry. Mother and child whose home had been bombed. 1940.
G.B. ENGLAND. Coventry. Lists of the dead and wounded on the walls of the City Hall. 1940.
Fitted with twin Lewis machine guns, the British patrol the English Channel, 1940.
GB. Coventry. World War II.
Rescue workers arrive to search through rubble and identify the dead. 1940.
After the night raid, spires of the cathedral can still be seen through the smoke. 1940.
Volunteer helpers arrive in their own vehicles with food and clothing for the destitute. 1940.
GB. ENGLAND. Coventry . World War II. Smoke hangs over Coventry after the all-night bombing raid, but the Union Jack still flies. 1940.
G.B. ENGLAND. Coventry. List of the dead and wounded are posted on the walls of City Hall. 1940
G.B. ENGLAND. Coventry. Rescue workers arrive to search through rubble and identify the dead. 1940
After the night-long raid. 1940.
GB. ENGLAND. Coventry. Lists of the dead and wounded are posted on the walls of City Hall. 1940.
G.B. ENGLAND. Coventry. Residents gather what they can from the shattered wreckage of their homes. 1940.
GB. England. Coventry. Boys who were dug out of the rubble of their homes, battered but cheerful. 1940.
G.B. ENGLAND. World War II. Coventry. Slowly the city of Coventry comes to life again after the night's bombing. Postmen on their rounds find addresses gone. 19
G.B. ENGLAND. London. A station commander sleeps briefly while awaiting the return of his night bomber crews. Life in London during The Blitz of World War II in
GB. ENGLAND. West Midlands. Town of Coventry. World War II. Bombings. November 14-15th, 1940.
Tea canteens are soon set up for the homeless and destitute. 1940.
G.B. ENGLAND. Coventry. A postrman on his rounds finds the address on his envelope is a smoking ruin. 1940.
GB. World War II. Coventry. Bomb damage after all-night Blitz which killed and wounded thousands. November 14, 1940.