Civilians sheltering in Elephant and Castle London Underground Station during an air raid in November 1940.
Christmas dinner for children in a home for evacuees at Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, 1941.
Anti-gas drill at Old Woolwich Road School in Greenwich, London during 1941.
Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Dowding, Commander in Chief of Royal Air Force Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain.
A veteran sergeant in the Dorking Home Guard cleans his Tommy gun at the dining room table, before going on parade, 1 December 1940.
A Norwegian child being carried to an ambulance from HMS ONSLAUGHT at Gourock, 1 March 1945. She was one of over 500 civilians recued by the Royal Navy after hiding from the Germans on Soroy island.
A Cecil Beaton portrait of a member of the Women's Royal Naval Service equipped for gardening duties.
Workers at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London, leave from the Fourth Gate, by Plumstead station, May 1918.
Women war workers range shell cases in the New Case Shop at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich.
Winston Churchill with the Lord Privy Seal, Sir Stafford Cripps, and the Commander-in-Chief Home Fleet, Admiral Sir John Tovey, on the quarterdeck of HMS KING GEORGE V at Scapa Flow, 11 October 1942.
Winston Churchill with President Roosevelt and Marshal Stalin at a dinner party at the British Legation in Tehran on the occasion of Churchill's 69th birthday, 30 November 1943.
Winston Churchill with his scientific advisor Lord Cherwell (extreme left), Air Chief Marshal Sir Charles Portal and Admiral of the Fleet Sir Dudley Pound, watching a display of anti-aircraft gunnery, June 1941.
Winston Churchill with his daughter Sarah, on a visit to his old regiment, the 4th Queen's Own Hussars, in Egypt, 5 December 1943.
Winston Churchill with his daughter Mary and General Sir Frederick Pile (GOC Anti-Aircraft Command) watch anti-aircraft guns in action against V1 flying bombs, 30 June 1944.
Winston Churchill with his Chiefs of Staff at 10 Downing Street, 7 May 1945. Seated are Sir Charles Portal; Sir Alan Brooke; Sir Andrew Cunningham. Standing are Major General L C Hollis and General Sir Hastings Ismay.