The Great Yarmouth Local History and Archaeological Society officially unveiled the plaques, with one on St Peter's Plain marking the spot where two civilians died on January 19, 1915, after the German bombing, the world's first air raid.
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Joan Roberts, 89, from Gorleston, was at the unveiling of the new plaque. She said: "It's nice for the family to be remembered."
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said: "The rich heritage of the town can be neglected in favour of the seafront. Increasing the knowledge of our heritage to our townspeople is important."
The other plaque is on the Salvation Army building, near the Central Library and refers to the residence of a notable son of Yarmouth, Robert Warmington, Mayor in 1780 and 1808.
Samuel Smith, a victim of the bombing
was said to have been standing in the road when the bomb was dropped.
The L3 airship was piloted by Kaptain Lt. Hans Fritz. It has been debated whether he intended Yarmouth to be his target, as Converse Low Cut For Girls some believe he may have thought he was above the north east of England. Others believe the naval targets in the harbour were of strategic interest to the Germans.
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At about 8.30pm on January 19, 1915, a bomb dropped onto St Peter's Plain, killing two residents. The first was Martha Taylor, 72, who was found after the bombing without her arm, and the other was Samuel Smith, a 53 year old shoe maker, who Converse Boots Black
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