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  • THE FRENCH ARMY ON THE WESTERN FRONT, 1914-1918

    THE FRENCH ARMY ON THE WESTERN FRONT, 1914-1918

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer

    Q 53516

    Two women stand in front of the only remaining shop to survive German bombardment in Clermont.

  • THE GERMAN BOMBING CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENGLAND, 1915-1918

    THE GERMAN BOMBING CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENGLAND, 1915-1918

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1915-01-19

    Q 53622

    A British soldier picking up debris after the Zeppelin raid by Kapitanleutnant Fritz on Great Yarmouth. Mr. Smith, a shoemaker was killed in this house which was also damaged during the raid, 19 January 1915.

  • THE GERMAN BOMBING CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENGLAND, 1915-1918

    THE GERMAN BOMBING CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENGLAND, 1915-1918

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1915-01-19

    Q 53600

    A civilian stands amongst the wreckage in Albert Street caused by the Zeppelin raid by Kapitanleutnant von Platen-Hallermund on King's Lynn, 19 January 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...

  • THE GERMAN BOMBING CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENGLAND, 1915-1918

    THE GERMAN BOMBING CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENGLAND, 1915-1918

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1915-01-19

    Q 53588

    Two British Soldiers stand in front of St. Peter's House which was damaged during the Zeppelin raid by Kapitanleutnant Fritz on Great Yarmouth, 19 January 1915.

  • THE GERMAN BOMBING CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENGLAND, 1915-1918

    THE GERMAN BOMBING CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENGLAND, 1915-1918

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1915-01-19

    Q 53583

    Damage to the local Post Office, caused by a Zeppelin raid by Kapitanleutnant Fritz on Great Yarmouth, 19 January 1915.

  • THE GERMAN BOMBING CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENGLAND, 1915-1918

    THE GERMAN BOMBING CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENGLAND, 1915-1918

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1915-01-19

    Q 53601

    Civilians gather around a damaged street caused by the Zeppelin raid by Kapitanleutnant Fritz on Great Yarmouth, 19 January 1915.

  • THE GERMAN BOMBING CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENGLAND, 1915-1918

    THE GERMAN BOMBING CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENGLAND, 1915-1918

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1915-01-19

    Q 53582

    Soldiers of the Norfolk Regiment with part of a German bomb which was dropped on a stable behind 78 Crown Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, by Kapitanleutnant Fritz from Zeppelin L3 during the first bombing raid on Great Britain, 19 January 1915.

  • THE GERMAN BOMBING CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENGLAND, 1915-1918

    THE GERMAN BOMBING CAMPAIGN AGAINST ENGLAND, 1915-1918

    (photographs) Made by: Press Agency photographer 1915-01-19

    Q 53585

    Damage to buildings in Albert Street, King's Lynn caused the Zeppelin raid by Kapitanleutnant von Platen-Hallermund, 19 January 1915.

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