Portsmouth Blitz memorial plaque to be unveiled





A memorial service honouring more than 1,000 people killed in Portsmouth during the Blitz has been held on the 70th anniversary of the attacks.

Records show 1,013 people died during the World War II German raids which destroyed large sections of the naval city, including the Guildhall.

The names of those who were killed were read out during the service in the rebuilt Guildhall Square.

A plaque was also unveiled as part of the service....



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