Preview of the first image of Birmingham During the Second World War Postcards.

Advert Description

Six black and white postcards of Birmingham During the Second World War. All in good condition. These postcards were published by Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery courtesy of the following Lucas Industries Plc., Birmingham Libraries, Popperfoto, Mr. R. Lea, and Pictoral Press. The postcards include the following. Auxiliary Fire Station at Sherwood Brothers’ Garage in Hay Mills. The Women’s Auxiliary Police: training at Duke Street Police Station, Birmingham. War Weapons Week, 14-19 October 1940 Scrap metal pile in the foreground. Buying War Savings Certificates at a general store in Unett Street, Hockley 1940. Sixty seconds of ammunition for a Browning Gun made by the B.S.A. Company. Lucas workers on an aircraft gun turret construction.

£3.50 each

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Advert Type
Private Advert
Era
1940s