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Leeds suffered nine air-raids over the duration of the war with its heaviest on the night of 14 and 15 March when forty bombers attacked the city centre.
Incendiary and high explosive bombs destroyed around houses killing 65 people. However Belinksky was injured by a falling bomb and died 17 days later. The following month, the government nationalised the fire service to provide an improved nationwide system of fire protection.
In total, firefighters including 25 women lost their lives during the war.
Their names have been recorded on the National Firefighters Memorial outside St. Many who survived suffered burns and broken bones as well as post-traumatic stress disorder having witnessed multiple fatalities. Solomon Belinsky gave his live serving his community, as so many firefighters have done, and this Red Plaque will help to ensure that his courage and service is recognised and never forgotten.
The East Leeds Firefighters Heritage Group will also be launching a permanent display about Gipton Fire Station, which was originally opened inand West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service will have an engine and crew in attendance from Killingbeck for part of the day. The event is free and open to families.
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