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Where: 3 Manners St, Hartlepool TS24 0PX, UK

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When: 01 January 1914

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Prissick Schools, Hartlepool, with all the roof tiles removed from left side and the windows broken. This damage was caused during the bombardment of the Hartlepools by Germany, which took place on the 16th December 1914. This was the first time British civilians were in the line of enemy fire during a World War. HAPMG : 2002.9.14

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    fabianoschlosser

    • 26/Apr/2011 18:46:31

    No War Just Peace :(

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    Mill View

    • 16/Dec/2014 11:27:34

    I went to this school in the 1950s! It is now a traffic island, a tiny patch of greenery, but it seemed huge to me as a reluctant 5-year-old. Thank you very much for uploading this whole collection of Bombardment photos. I am writing on the 100th anniversary of it and I have just discovered that Theo. Jones, the first soldier to be killed on home soil, lived at 44, Ashgrove Avenue. Later on, I lived 3 doors away for 12 years or so and hadn't a clue. Thanks again, Jim F.