Plaque

German damage at St John's Lane

German damage at St John's Lane German damage at St John's Lane

Erection date: 1919

Inscription

This building was partly destroyed by German aircraft on the 18th December 1917. Restoration completed 1919.

Site: German damage at St John's Lane (1 memorial)

EC1, St John's Lane, 28

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
German damage at St John's Lane

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