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  • GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF HARTLEPOOL, 16 DECEMBER 1914

    GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF HARTLEPOOL, 16 DECEMBER 1914

    part of "STEPHENSON J A" (photographs) Made by: Not known (Photographer) 1914

    HU 128022

    Damage inflicted to housing in Sussex Street, Hartlepool, during the Imperial German Navy's bombardment of the town on 16 December 1914.

  • GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF HARTLEPOOL, 16 DECEMBER 1914

    GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF HARTLEPOOL, 16 DECEMBER 1914

    part of "STEPHENSON J A" (photographs) Made by: Not known (Photographer) 1914

    HU 128023

    Damage inflicted to housing in Central Estate, Hartlepool, during the Imperial German Navy's bombardment of the town on 16 December 1914.

  • GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF HARTLEPOOL, 16 DECEMBER 1914

    GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF HARTLEPOOL, 16 DECEMBER 1914

    part of "STEPHENSON J A" (photographs) Made by: Not known (Photographer) 1914

    HU 128024

    British soldiers standing with unexploded shells after the Imperial German Navy's bombardment of the town on 16 December 1914.

  • THE GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF BRITISH SEAPORTS, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1914

    THE GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF BRITISH SEAPORTS, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1914

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1914-12

    Q 53464

    John Shields Ryalls, aged 14 months, one of the youngest victims of the bombardment, in the arms of Miss Bertha MacIntyre, both were killed at the same time during the German bombardment of Scarborough, December 1914.

  • THE GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF BRITISH SEAPORTS, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1914

    THE GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF BRITISH SEAPORTS, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1914

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1914-12

    Q 53476

    A funeral procession behind the horse-drawn hearse of Postman Beal who was killed in the German naval bombardment of Scarborough, December 1914.

  • THE GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF BRITISH SEAPORTS, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1914

    THE GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF BRITISH SEAPORTS, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1914

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1914-12-16

    Q 53477

    The remains of a house in Scarborough where five members of the Bennett family were killed as a result of the German naval raid on Scarborough by the 1st Scouting Group of the German High Seas Fleet (commanded by Admiral Franz von Hipper), 16 December...

  • THE GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF BRITISH SEAPORTS, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1914

    THE GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF BRITISH SEAPORTS, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1914

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1914-12-16

    Q 53462

    Damage to the lighthouse on Vincent's Pier, Scarborough, caused by shells from the German battlecruisers SMS DERFFLINGER and SMS VON DER TANN when the town was bombarded on the morning of 16 December 1914.

  • THE GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF BRITISH SEAPORTS, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1914

    THE GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF BRITISH SEAPORTS, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1914

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1915-12-16

    Q 53463

    The remains of a house in Scarborough where five members of the Bennett family were killed as a result of the raid on Scarborough by vessels of the 1st Scouting Group of the German High Seas Fleet (commanded by Admiral Franz von Hipper), 16 December 1915.

  • THE GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF BRITISH SEAPORTS, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1914

    THE GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF BRITISH SEAPORTS, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1914

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1914-12

    Q 53459

    Air raids and bomb damage to Whitby Abbey after the German naval bombardment of December 1914. The Abbey was previously in a state of ruin but the German bombardment caused a good deal of further damage.

  • THE GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF BRITISH SEAPORTS, DECEMBER 1914

    THE GERMAN NAVAL BOMBARDMENT OF BRITISH SEAPORTS, DECEMBER 1914

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1914-12

    Q 53484

    The ruins of a house in Scarborough were five members of the Bennett family were killed as a result of the German naval raid on Scarborough by the 1st Scouting Group of the German High Seas Fleet (commanded by Admiral Franz von Hipper). The house was hit...

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