Plaque

war damage

War damage
war damage

Erection date: 1948

Inscription

This portion of the building was destroyed by German bombing on the night of 27th September 1940, restored in 1948.

Site: War damage (1 memorial)

EC1, Rosebery Square, Rosebery Avenue, 40W-51W

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war damage

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