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File:Scarborough, North Yorkshire - WWI poster.jpg


Description WWI recruitment poster referring to the German bombardment of Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England, in 1915. "Men of Britain! Will you stand this? 78 women & children were killed and 228 women & children were wounded by the German raiders. Enlist now." Caption: "No. 2 Wykeham Street, Scarborough, after the German bombardment on Dec. 16th. It was the home of a working man. Four people were killed in this house including the wife, aged 58, and two children, the youngest aged 5."
Date 1915
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Author Unknown. Photo: F. Foxton, Scarborough. Publisher: Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, London
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