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Mill Road Infirmary, Liverpool, after it is bombed in World War Two

Mill Road Infirmary, Liverpool, after it is bombed in World War Two


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Mill Road Infirmary, Liverpool, after it is bombed in World War Two

Mill Road Infirmary, Liverpool, after it is bombed in World War Two.
The maternity ward in Mill Road Hospital, Liverpool, took a devastating direct hit on 3 May, 1941.
The bomb landed in the courtyard at the rear of the hospital, killing many mothers and their newborn babies.
Picture taken 4th May 1941

Staff
Liverpool Echo
Mirrorpix
Liverpool
Merseyside
England
Reach PLC 4356 B/W print.jpg

Media ID 21890802

© Mirrorpix

1941 Blitz Hospital Merseyside Mill Road


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EDITORS COMMENTS
This haunting print captures the aftermath of a devastating event during World War Two - the bombing of Mill Road Infirmary in Liverpool. The maternity ward, once filled with hope and anticipation, now stands as a grim reminder of the horrors of war. On that fateful day, May 3rd, 1941, tragedy struck when a bomb landed directly in the hospital's courtyard. The impact was catastrophic, claiming the lives of numerous mothers and their precious newborn babies. The scene depicted in this photograph is one of unimaginable destruction and heartbreak. Taken on May 4th, just hours after the attack, this image serves as an indelible testament to the resilience and strength displayed by those who survived such atrocities. It also pays tribute to those who tragically lost their lives within these walls. The Mill Road Infirmary bombing stands as a stark reminder of how war can indiscriminately shatter innocent lives and tear apart communities. This photograph not only documents history but also serves as a poignant symbol for remembrance and reflection. As we gaze upon this powerful image captured by an unknown staff member from Memory Lane Prints, let us remember those affected by this tragic event and honor their memory by striving for peace in our world today.

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