The Second Great War No. 43

LON DON MORNING :AFTER A NIGHT RAII> IN JANUARY ,1941 aRight, .MY .C.A .tea car, usually serving light refreshments to H.M .Forces, visits a raided London street. Mercifully these youngsters, like many others, appear to have come through their ordeal without serious mental harm. A milk -b ar resta u ran tin the City vanished overnight, but next morning its staff were serving along queue of customers from an improvised stall. Photos, Fox “The Daily Mirror ”1717- cl
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