1916 San Francisco Bombing
Professor Jeffrey Johnson talked about the 1916 bombing of a parade in San Francisco that killed 10 and wounded 40. The bombing took place on what was called “Preparedness Day,” organized by pro-business groups to keep people vigilant in case the United States entered World War I. The attack remains the worst act of terrorism in San Francisco history. close
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