Friday, July 17, 2015

The Imperial War Museum in
Manchester, England will be hosting a free exhibit featuring color
photographs from London during World War II. These photos are one part of the
museum's "Horrible Histories: Blitzed Brits" exhibition, which will also
showcase more than 200 objects, including artowk, film clips, sound
recordings, personal stories, and more. Among the everyday scenes are some of
the area's most well-known landmarks—Trafalgar Square and St. Paul's
Cathedral—in color. The scenes are littered with debris from bombs dropped
by Nazi Germany.   © IMPERIAL
MUSEUM "Horrible Histories" will be open to the public through
April 2016.  For more information on the exhibit, head over to the
Imperial War Museum website. Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor
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for 24 Years Through April 2016, visitors can see the free
"Horrible Histories: Blitzed Brits" exhibit featuring color
photographs of London during World War II.

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