Person    | Male  Died 17/4/1941

Auxiliary Fireman George Eric Goldsmith

Categories: Armed Forces, Tragedy

Auxiliary Fireman George Eric Goldsmith

From the Sub Fire Station 6W, Cheyne Place. Died in a fire which took the lives of seven firemen, known as "The Wednesday".

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Auxiliary Fireman George Eric Goldsmith

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