The 28 civilians who died in Kenilworth in three seperate World War Two incidents, should be remembered in similar fashion to the servicemen who did not return. It is surely correct that the names of those who died should have their names on public display, particularly as several of the victims were never found and have no grave.

Gathered together here are some details of those who died, and my ongoing campaign to ensure their deaths are properly commemorated. Included too are the events surrounding the death of a serviceman on duty who could also be considered as one of Kenilworth's war-time fatalities