Royal Arsenal, Woolwich - a Memory of Woolwich.

My grandmother worked as a nurse at the Royal Arsenal and was killed by a V1 flying bomb on July 27th 1944; she was in the Taylors shop at the time. 4 killed and 73 wounded. Unfortunately Daisy swopped duty with another that day - fateful day. I am looking for any information about that day or in fact any information or photos of this place. I would be most grateful.

A memory shared by Barbara Saunders on Jan 22nd, 2013. Send Barbara Saunders a message

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Tue Feb 14th 2017, at 10:33 am
My Grandfather worked at the Woolwich Arsenal during WW1. According to legend, he was a watch repairer by trade and was put to work making bomb sights. He was so quick at his work his colleagues sent him to coventry!
Tue Feb 14th 2017, at 10:30 am

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