German blitz attacks on London and rescue of people from ruins of buildings in Britain.
United Kingdom Date:1940, September Duration:4 min 3 sec Sound:Yes
Blitzkrieg attack on London by Germany during World War II beginning in September 1940. Scenes of London city. Soldiers help civilians to move to safety underground in air raid shelters. A building is evacuated. A man talks over a telephone reporting incoming German aircraft. Officers watch through binoculars. German planes over the city. British pilots in aircraft defend the city. British people at a station platform. A train arrives. German planes drop bombs. Aerial bombs away views of bombs falling from German bombers, and views of German pilots in cockpit, and from point of view of German pilots. View of damaged buildings in London, rubble, and devastation. Men around the remains of the damaged buildings. Ruins of shops, homes, churches. A man drives a car. British people work in a factory continuing the war manufacturing effort. People at an air raid shelter. A man plays a harmonica to entertain civilians in the crowded air raid shelter. Doctors operate on a casualty. Soldiers rescue people from ruins of blitz damaged buildings. They spray fire hoses on a building. Men take a break from clearing rubble and drink beer from glasses at the base of a ladder. A girl sits outside a damaged house and pets a cat. Civilians gather as the King George V! and Queen of England visit citizens amidst the rubble.
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