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Devastation caused by a flying bomb, London 1944: PC Frederick Godwin of Gipsy Hill Police Station supplies tea and sympathy to a now homeless man after a V1 attack that sadly killed his wife and destroyed his home. He returned from taking his dog (also pictured) for a walk to find a scene of devastation. In the background, rescue workers can be seen searching the rubble and debris for any survivors of this attack which destroyed almost an entire street.    Imperial War Museum London History, British History, World History, World War Ii, History Major, Ww2 History, Elderly Man, Homeless Man, Dieselpunk
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DEVASTATION CAUSED BY A FLYING BOMB, LONDON, ENGLAND, 1944

D 21215. PC Frederick Godwin of Gipsy Hill Police Station supplies tea and sympathy to a now homeless man after a V1 attack that sadly killed his wife and destroyed his home

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