London firefighters extinguish the fire during the Battle of Britain

London firefighters

London firefighters extinguish the fire during the Battle of Britain.
About 500 firefighters and employees from the London Auxiliary Fire Fighting Services, including a large number of women, fought fire in the territory attributed to the Greenwich Fire Station after Luftwaffe attacks.

 

 

Location: London, United Kingdom
Date: July 1940

In : 1940

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