On Victoria Embankment, London

From the War Memorials Register of the Imperial War Museum:

“1919: The London County Council decide not to remove the damage marks made by the air raid. The announcement is made in The Times under the article title ‘Lest We Forget’, The Times, May 12, 1919. A plaque is mounted on the plinth of one of the damaged sphinx. 1917, 5 September: Damaged by an air raid which also wrecked a passing tramcar, killing three passengers.”

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