SE17 was hit by  6  V1 Flying Bombs but no V2 Rockets. These killed about 43 people.The worst tragedy in SE17 in terms of
fatalities was on the 17th July 1944 when 17 people died as a result of a V1 on
Suffield Road (which is now gone but was off
Manor Place)
V1 & V2 logs SE17 Walworth
Next area : SE19
PostCode

PostCode

Borough

Type

Area

Position

Deaths

Date

Time

Notes

SE17

Southwark

V1

Walworth

Carter st (nr Sutherland Sq) by Railway

10

23/06/1944

02:28

This V1was the first to fall in SE17. It demolished 5 houses and caused severe blast damage to surrounding property.

SE17

Southwark

V1

Walworth

Around 42 East St

5

26/06/1944

13:32

The V1 demolished 2 shops and houses and damaged property across and area of 300 yards square

SE17

Southwark

V1

Walworth

Manor Place by Railway

9

27/06/1944

22:45

The V1 demolished 6houses in Crampton Street and 4 in Manor Place.Public wash house and stores damaged in Manor Place.Railway Bridge and 2 arches damaged.300 houses and buildings damaged in Manor Place and surrounding streets

SE17

Southwark

V1

Walworth

Penrose Street

0

30/06/1944

01:12

V1 badly damaged a 3 storey building and also Penros Street Power Station.Opposite another 3 storey building badly damaged

SE17

Southwark

V1

Walworth

Suffield Road was to NW of Manor placet now gone

17

17/07/1944

05:13

V1 demolished 40 houses and damaged 150.

SE17

Southwark

V1

Walworth

Dawes st/Westmoreland St

2

20/08/1944

15:33

V1 demolished 14houses and badly damaged 50 others. LCC institute damaged in Westmoreland St.