Nathaniel Pemberton, a pupil at Molineux School on St Kitts in the Leeward Islands, climbing a flagpole to tie the Union Flag, March 1955.
Jane Meredith and Phyllis Morris of the Old Vic Travelling Theatre Company, enjoy a meal with Mr and Mrs Bailey, a miner and his wife, at their home in Trealaw, Wales during 1941. The children are Margaret and Douglas Ashington, evacuees from Birmingham.
Mrs Carter enjoys Sunday lunch with her evacuated children Michael and Angela during a day trip to their foster home in Hayward's Heath in 1940.
An AFPU photographer kisses a small child before cheering crowds in Paris, 26 August 1944.
Leading Aircraftman Fred Fazan dressed as Santa Claus hands out presents to Dutch children at No. 122 Wing's airfield at Volkel, Holland, 13 December 1944.
Children having lunch at Baldock County Council School in Hertfordshire during 1944.
Evacuees from Deptford Park School in London on a farm in Pembrokeshire during 1940.
A group evacuees visit a farm during a nature walk from their billet at Dartington Hall in Totnes, Devon during 1941.
Maureen and Maurice Foley at Bideford harbour, North Devon in 1941 after their evacuation from London.
Soldiers of 1st Battalion, Cheshire Regiment befriend local children in the Garvaghy Road, Portadown, Armagh, 6 July 1998.</br></br></br>
Eric Muggeridge, Director of the 'Foster Parents Plan for War Children' leaves a Nursery in Hampstead, London during 1941.
At a Save the Children club on Eversholt Street, London, during 1944, children sit on the piano being played by one of the club warden's.