Plaque

Hughes Mansions

Inscription

In memory of the 134 men women and children who were killed March 27 1945 when at 7.21 am a V2 rocket bomb exploded at this place Hughes Mansions Vallance Road.
This inscription has been placed at the site of the destroyed buildings.

Site: Hughes Mansions (1 memorial)

E1, Vallance Road, Hughes Mansions

The plaque is in the rear courtyard/garden of Hughes Mansions.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Hughes Mansions

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Hughes Mansions

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134 men, women & children killed in WW2 at Hughes Mansions

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