Event    From 16/7/1944  To 16/7/1944

Granville Road V1 bomb

Categories: War Memorial WW2, Tragedy

Granville Road V1 bomb

A V1 bomb fell on Granville Road early on a Sunday morning. 15 people were killed and 25 seriously injured. Twelve houses were destroyed and 100 others damaged.  Holy Trinity church was badly damaged. We think there was probably more than one bomb.

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Granville Road V1 bomb

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Holy Trinity Stroud Green - information board

Early in the morning of Sunday 16 July 1944 a V-1 flying bomb fell on Granvil...

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