Both World Wars
WAR-RELATED INJURIES IN
Sometimes we find
civilians and servicepeople who were injured not by enemy action
but nevertheless still owing to war-time circumstances. This is
a very new page; we will
add to this list as we find more. The information comes from the
Dover Express unless otherwise stated.
On 18 November Edward Barwick fell at the air raid
shelter at 63 Biggin Street, and sustained a cut to the top of his head.
He lived at 7 Saxon Street.
Fox, T. R.
Thomas Richard Fox, a newsvendor aged 68, was knocked down in the Market
Square during the blackout by an army vehicle. He suffered lacerations
to his hands and the back of his head, and a fractured left leg. He
lived at 55 Tower Hamlets Street.