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London, England - May 27, 2011: Pedestrians passing the Admiral Duncan public house in Old Compton Street, Soho, London. Positioned in the midst of London's gay district, the pub is best known for the explosion there in 1999 when a Neo-Nazi called David Copeland, who had a hatred of the gay community, detonated a nail bomb which killed three people. Around 70 others were injured. The pub is named for Admiral Adam Duncan, who commanded the fleet which defeated the Dutch at the Battle of Camperdown in 1797.

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Upload date:December 17, 2013
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