Rarely seen color images of London during World War II

Dec. 10, 1943 St. Paul’s cathedral stands intact amid buildings destroyed by bombing.

The mostly-forgotten Dufaycolor process allowed photographers to capture vivid color images during the 1940s.

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One thought on “Rarely seen color images of London during World War II

  1. As you might guess, I found these to be a delight. Even when I was a small child, more than ten years after the end of the war, much of the part of London where we lived was still showing evidence of the bomb damage from the Blitz, and the later rocket attacks. Many areas were not rebuilt until the housing developments during the early 1960s.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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