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Damage to Grange Mill Tannery.

Damage to Grange Mill Tannery.
Damage to Grange Mill Tannery.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H3218
Description: During the Second World War Bermondsey was one of the most heavily bombed parts of Britain with 709 civilians killed and thousands more hurt. Thousands of homes were destroyed and commercial premises such as the Grange Mill Tannery were gutted.
Creator: Barrow, Hepburn and Gale Ltd
Date: May 1941
Credit line: Southwark Library collection.
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