Moses Montefiore Blue Plaque Photo

Moses Montefiore blue plaque - Sir Moses Montefiore 1784-1885 philanthropist and Jewish leader lived here for sixty years

Moses Montefiore Blue Plaque Map


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Stone Plaque № 4708 - On this site at 12.15 A.M. on the 25th August 1940 fell the first bomb on the City of London in the Second World War
Brushed Metal Plaque № 11620 - Canada Walk. Here in a building opposite at 20 Lincoln's Inn Fields was the Headquarters of the Royal Canadian Air Force in Great Britain during the second World War. This Headquarters provided central support to some 85,000 Canadian personnel who served in 48 RCAF Squadrons and with numerous RAF units. In all, 14,455 Canadian airmen made the supreme sacrifice while serving overseas.    Promenade Du Canada. C'est ici, en face du 20 Lincoln's Inn Fields, que se trouvait le quartier general de l'A
Henry Jermyn Green Plaque - Look left to St James's Square and right to St James's Church in Jermyn Street. All this was the inspiration of one man: Henry Jermyn Earl of St Albans KG 1605-1684 diplomat, favourite of Queen Henrietta Maria and "founder of the West End" who died in his house on this site