A poster produced by the British government in World War II, with the text 'Keep Calm And Carry On' on a background of the flag of British Guiana, circa 1939.
January 01, 1939 License
BBC announcer Alvar Lidell pictured during a broadcast. Original Publication: Picture Post - 5611 - Now We Are Seven - pub. 1951
October 11, 2005 License
British entertainer Vera Lynn making a broadcast to the country's troops from a radio station. Original Publication: Picture Post - 1992 - Girls Of The Victory Broadcast - pub. 1945
January 01, 2013 License
Winston Churchill In The Second World War, Churchill waves to crowds in Whitehall on the day he broadcast to the nation that the war with Germany had been won, 8 May 1945 (VE Day).
January 01, 2012 License
One of the many bonfires which were burning everywhere at night, on VE Day.
Soldiers returning to their friends and family at a London railway station. Original Publication: Picture Post - 1953 - How To Welcome A Soldier Home - pub. 1945
King George VI, Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret visit Princess Elizabeth, who is training as an ATS mechanic at a training centre in southern England, April 1945. At this stage she is a Second Subaltern of the ATS (Auxiliary...More
February 24, 2015 License
British statesman Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, (1874 - 1965), speaking at the Party Conference of the National Union of Conservative and Unionist Association, at Central Hall, London. Original Publication: Picture Post - 1934...More
Rescue workers at the scene of a V-2 rocket attack on Farringdon Market in London during World War II. They are ambulance driver Jean Grover (right) and a nurse, who has the letters CS on her tin helmet. Original Publication: Picture...More
September 08, 2014 License
Dancing at Rainbow Corner a London club for American servicemen. Original Publication: Picture Post - 1887 - Inside Rainbow Corner - pub. 1945