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Coronation Avenue bombing Coronation Avenue bombing

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of www.plaquesof

Plaque: Coronation Avenue bombing

Erection date: 16/5/2011


Coronation Avenue
In memory of over 160 people who died when a high explosive bomb fell on this building during the Blitz on 13th October 1940.

Plaque unveiled by the broadcaster George Alagiah, a local resident.

Site: Coronation Avenue bombing (1 memorial)

N16, Victorian Road, Junction with Stoke Newington Road

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Coronation Avenue bombing

Information Subjects commemorated

The Blitz

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