The London Hammam after the blitz

76 Jermyn Street (left foreground) after the blitz, 1941
< Image: Blitz over Westminster: City of Westminster Civil Defence bomb incident photographs, 1940-44; text by Roy Harrison (City of Westminster Libraries, 1990.)

The remains of the London Hammam after the blitz on the night of 17 April 1941.

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