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Hazelhurst Road WW2 bomb

Hazelhurst Road WW2 bomb Hazelhurst Road WW2 bomb

Erection date: 6/6/2015

Inscription

V2 rocket fell in this neighbourhood, Sunday 19th November 1944, causing significant loss of life, casualties and destruction of homes.
2015
Wandsworth Council

Site: Hazelhurst Road WW2 bomb (1 memorial)

SW17, Hazelhurst Road, Sutton Courtenay House

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Hazelhurst Road WW2 bomb

Subjects commemorated Information

V1 and V2 rockets

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World War 2

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Civilian deaths in London caused by enemy action

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those killed and injured by the Hazelhurst Road WW2 bomb

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Hazelhurst Road WW2 bomb

Created by Information

Wandsworth Council

London borough. Formed from the former Metropolitan Borough of Battersea and ...

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