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Anat Rosenberg

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Andrew Behan.

Anat Rosenberg

Person  Female  Born 22/7/1965  Died 7/7/2005

Categories: Tragedy

Countries: Israel/Palestine

Anat Rosenberg was born on 22 July 1965 in Hadera, Israel and came to London in 1990. She was an administrator for the charity NCH Action for Children (now called Action for Children) and lived in Finsbury Park.

Her obituary can be found on the BBC News website.

She died, aged 39 years, on 7 July 2005 whilst travelling on the lower deck of a Route No.30 bus that was targeted by a suicide bomber at Tavistock Square. The narrative verdict of her death can be found on the Coroner's Inquest Report.

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Bombs 7/7/05 - no.30 bus - plaque

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Bombs 7/7/05 - Tavistock Square

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Hyde Park memorial to bomb attack 7/7/05

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