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A woman walks down a rainy street in post-war Whitechapel. From the Getty Images Gallery [via the Daily Mail]

John Chillingworth A woman walks down a rainy street in post-war Whitechapel, 1952 From Picture Post/Getty Images

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Millicent Rogers at home in New York City in December 1944. Photo: John Rawlings/Condé Nast Archive

Heiress Millicent Rogers’s Iconic Residences

Standard Oil heiress Millicent Rogers at home with one of her several dachshunds. Photograph by Richard Rutledge for American "Vogue," 15 March 1945 Photo Richard Rutledge

Frederick Wilfred - London Street Photography 1950's & 60's

An Express Dairy milk float, Photo by Frederick James Wilfred, © Russell Wilfred / Museum of London

Flower and Dean Street 1967 From the documentary 'The London Nobody Knows'.

Flower and Dean Street 1967 - It was situated south of Fashion Street in Whitechapel and was the location of three victims of the Whitechapel murders.

The Victory Kiss; this famous photo taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt In Times Square after President Truman announced the end of World War II on Nov.14,1945. This Iconic photo captured the spontaneous kiss of an American Sailor and a young woman in white, it became famous when Life magazine put it on the cover of their "Victory" addition the following week.

end of world war II. A sailor was so happy that he grabbed an unknown nurse in Times Square and gave her a kiss. This famous kiss was captured by photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt and published in Life Magazine

St Paul's Cathedral looking down Cannon Street from Cannon Street Fire Station showing the devastation caused by German bombing during the Second World War. 1948.

I was working for Balfour Beatty, Queen Street in 1948 and can remember this sight. (St Paul's Cathedral looking down Cannon Street from Cannon Street Fire Station showing the devastation caused by German bombing during the Second World War.

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