German Luftwaffe bombs Ireland's East Coast

2nd January 1941
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On 1-2 January 1941, German Luftwaffe bombs fell in Counties Meath, Carlow, Kildare, Wicklow, Wexford and Dublin

In Meath, five bombs fell at Duleek and three at Julianstown, without casualties.

In Carlow, a house in Knockroe was destroyed, killing three people and injuring two others.

In Kildare three high explosive, as well as many incendiary, bombs fell in the Curragh area.

Two sea mines were dropped by parachute near Enniskerry in Wicklow.

Ballymurrin in Wexford saw three German bombs fall without casualties.

In Dublin, German bombs hit Terenure, two falling at Rathdown Park, with another two at Fortfield Road and Lavarna Grove, with injuries but no loss of life.