World War Two  - Air Dropped Ordnance

Victoria & Albert Museum - London

Bomb splinters seen here on the Victoria & Albert Museum in London - photographed by Daniel Hunt in 2015. This damage was caused by two German HE bombs that fell in Exhibition Road. The splinter holes were not repaired and the museum decided to leave them as a memorial to the blitz of 1940. Some bomb splinter damage can also be seen on Natural History Museum opposite the Victoria & Albert Museum.

Bomb Damage

Evidence of bomb damage still seen today


Other websites recording evidence of bomb damage from World War Two.

Evidence of bomb damage to houses at Polegate near Eastbourne in Sussex.

http://hmvf.co.uk/forumvb/showthread.php?11712-Bomb-damage-near-Eastbourne-E-Sussex