Female munitions workers guide 6 inch howitzer shells being lowered to the floor at the Chilwell ammunition factory in Nottinghamshire in July 1917.
Eileen Dunne, aged three, sits in bed with her doll at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, after being injured during an air raid on London in September 1940.
Civilians sheltering in Elephant and Castle London Underground Station during an air raid in November 1940.
Cecil Beaton portrait of Winston Churchill at his seat in the Cabinet Room at No 10 Downing Street, London.
Auxiliary Fireman Norman Hepple switches on the water to the hose from a trailer pump, somewhere in London during 1940.
A winter scene of Bomb damaged buildings around St Paul's Cathedral, January 1942.
A Heinkel He 111 bomber flying over the East End of London at the start of the Luftwaffe's evening raids of 7 September 1940.
A group of evacuees from Bristol arrive at Brent railway station near Kingsbridge in Devon during 1940.
A group of boys evacuated from London and the Thames Estuary at Totnes in South Devon, 1941.
A general view of a warehouse containing 12" shells at the National Filling Factory, Chilwell.
A female munitions worker is lifted into the barrel of a 15-inch naval gun manufactured at the Ordnance Works, Coventry, during the First World War, in order to clean the rifling.
A female member of Air Raid Precautions staff applies her lipstick between emergency calls.
A Cecil Beaton portrait of a member of the Women's Royal Naval Service equipped for gardening duties.