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Slideshow of photographs illustrating some of the damage caused by the German bombing of the North Strand, 1941 accompanied by reminiscences of the bombing from Dublin City Archives’ North Strand Bombing Reminiscences Oral History Project.

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6 Responses to Video

  1. Anna Nagle says:

    I am delighted to find this. My mam is Betty Keogh,(75) she was bombed on the North Strand, Charleville Mall. She’s always asking me to watch out for exhibitions and anything to do with the bombing. I know she wants me to take her down to your library soon for the 70th annversary. Feel free to contact me via email or write to Betty Keogh 20 Heskin Court, Elm Park, Mount Merrion, Dublin 4 Many thanks, look forward to hearing from you or anyone who remembers my mam.

    • Anna says:

      Hi My mam was Lillie Owens and her sisters were Anna and Marie Owens and brother Pat. I wonder if your mam remembers them !

  2. Lauren says:

    my Grandad was only 10days old when the bomb hit his aunt Bridy Nally’s shop the end of the street.

  3. Paul Duffy says:

    Great site.My dad Denis Duffy lived at 1 Quinns Cottages with his brothers and as he died just when I was born I did,nt know anything about how it affected my family.Now I am researching my family and this is terrific but so tragic and sad..

    • Stephanie hedderman says:

      Paul I’ve just read this message I’m looking at my mams family
      My gran was lily duffy later Martin think we’re talking about the same duffy family

    • Stephanie hedderman says:

      Paul I think we may be related
      My gran was lily duffy later Martin I believe her dad lived in quinns cottages
      And Dennis was her younger brother

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