A bomb at the British Colonial Club, near St Martin's Lane in the heart of London, blew out the club's windows and doors, injuring several servicemen.
Just before 7 p.m. on 7 March 1947, an explosion blew out the doors and windows of the British Colonial Club,a recreational facility for servicemen an students from the West Indies and Africa housed on the 2nd floor of a building located between St Martin's Place and St Martin's Lane in London. LEHI claimed responsibility (see this event) but some sources say it was the Irgun
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