War damage in London, England during World War II after a German blitz attack. People walking on a street. A sign board near a building reads: 'Emergency Public Telephones, Telegrams accepted'. People enter and leave the building. Banner over rubble of a business, advertises the new location for "Kendal and Dent". The city of London shows signs such as 'Carrying On' and other such signs. Signs read : 'Business as usual' on cards showing change of address. Telegraph boys walk about with signs 'Telegrams Accepted', all conveying the "Carry On" attitude in Britain during World War 2.
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