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Memorial

Vollasky House Vollasky House

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

Plaque: Vollasky House

Inscription

Vollasky House
This block was built in 1956 by Stepney Borough Council and was named after Alderman Abraham (Alf) Vollasky (1898 - 1945) who was killed at Hughes Mansions in Vallance Road on 27th March 1945, as a result of the last V2 rocket attack on London.
Tower Hamlets Community Housing THCH

Site: Vollasky House (1 memorial)

E1, Daplyn Street, Vollasky House

Note: This is not the site where the V2 fell, that is Hughes Mansions, 2 streets over to the east, where there is another plaque.

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Vollasky House

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Hughes Mansions

Flats built in honour of Judge Thomas Hughes. On 27 March 1945 part of the bu...

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V1 and V2 rockets

The V1 and V2 rockets were developed as a reaction to the heavy allied bombin...

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Civilian deaths in London caused by enemy action

This page brings together all the memorials that we have for civilians killed...

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Stepney Borough Council

Former London borough which is now part of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

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Abraham Vollasky

Alderman. Killed in the V2 rocket attack on Hughes Mansions. His wife Sarah w...

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Vollasky House

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Tower Hamlets Council

The name was originally applied to the Tower division of the county of Middle...

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