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From a sweetheart's tears at Paddington to gravestone-jumping street urchins of Glasgow's slums: Striking images of celebrated WWII photographer Bert Hardy

A woman bids farewell at Paddington Station in 1942 as her child is evacuated during the Blitz - lovely series of photographs taken by Bert Hardy, WW11 photographer

from TIME.com

Down, Not Out, in London: LIFE in the Underground, 1940

Londoners sleep in the city's Underground for protection during German bombing raids, 1940. London Underground, 1940 | Down, Not Out, in London: LIFE in the Underground, 1940 | LIFE.com

'Rip' the dog and ARP Warden Angelus visit an air raid shelter in Poplar, London, December 1941. Rip was very popular with the children in the shelter.