D A Royal Engineer smiles for the camera in front of the WVS tea car donated to the WVS by the American Red Cross. He is holding a mug of tea and a fruit pie which are his 3 o'clock afternoon tea purchased from the WVS tea car
Shelterers buy tea and refreshements from staff in the public canteen of the air raid shelter in the basement of the Dickins and Jones department store on London's Regent Street in November This canteen was once the staff restaurant.
War rescue dog Rip rescuing a trapped victim from a bombed building in Poplar, London, U. Rip was a stray dog who became a World War II hero after being found homeless and starving in a bombing raid in London.
D Women of the Women's Voluntary Service (WVS) arrive early to prepare breakfast for the men of the 'Blitz Repair Squad' a team of builders who have come to London from various parts of the country to help repair damage caused by flying bombs