Reading WWII bomb memorial

A new memorial is being unveiled in Reading to commemorate the deaths of 41 people who died when bombs fell on the town in 1943, during World War Two.

Memorial unveiled to honour bombing victims

Today marks seventy-one years since a German bombing raid killed forty-one people in Reading, Berkshire.

A memorial plaque has been unveiled during a special service at Town Hall Square in Reading to remember those who died. One of the four bombs hit a restaurant where at least twenty nine people lost their lives.

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