Pauline Gower, Commandant of the Air Transport Auxiliary Women's Section, waving from the cockpit of a de Havilland Tiger Moth at Hatfield, Hertfordshire, prior to a delivery flight, 10 January 1940.
Boys creating an allotment on a bomb site in London during 1942.
Women pilots of the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) in flying kit at Hatfield, 10 January 1940.
A winter scene of Bomb damaged buildings around St Paul's Cathedral, January 1942.
Two models pose for the camera on a staircase at the fashion house of designer Norman Hartnell.  At the top of the stairs, the model wears a black velvet dinner gown studded in blue and gold.  In the foreground, the model wears a dinner suit with the jack
The damaged Peter Robinson department store at Oxford Circus, following a German air raid on London, September 1940.
Rip' the dog and ARP Warden Angelus visit an air raid shelter in Poplar, London, December during 1941.
A striking portrait of a smiling female miller, her face covered in flour, as she looks out through an open window at a large mill, somewhere in Britain.
Doris and Alan Suter entering the Anderson shelter in their garden at 44 Edgeworth Road, Eltham, London, duirng the summer of 1940.
Doreen Buckner draws the curtains in her family's London home to comply with the nightly 'Blackout' during the Second World War.
Outside the War Damage Information and Enquiry Bureau based in East Ham Town Hall, 1941.
A member of the Women's Land Army (WLA) stacking hay on a farm during the Second World War.