Macdonald House

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Mac Donald House Bombing
... The MacDonald House bombing occurred on 10 March 1965, at the then Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank building (now known as MacDonald House) along Orchard Road of Singapore ... in the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank Building located at the MacDonald House along Orchard Road. 4 days, the police arrested 2 Indonesian marines who were responsible for the MacDonald House bombing ...
Macdonald House, London
... Macdonald House is a seven-storey building in Grosvenor Square in Mayfair, London that is part of the High Commission of Canada in London ... Macdonald House hosts the trade and administrative sections of the High Commission, as well as the High Commissioner's official residence, while the cultural and consular functions are carried ... Previously, Macdonald House was the home of the American Embassy in London ...
Gunfight At The O.K. Corral - The Gunfight - Physical Proximity
... Beyond those two, against the MacDonald house and assay office to the west stood Tom and Frank McLaury, Billy Clanton, and two of their horses ... facing Fremont Street, with Billy Clanton and then Frank McLaury near the MacDonald house and Tom McLaury and Ike Clanton roughly in the middle of the alley ... Fly's boarding house was Wyatt ...
Mac Donald House - History
... The MacDonald House, located a short distance from the Istana, is the last remaining office building in facing brick in the central area ... of the first high-rise buildings in Orchard Road, the MacDonald House housed mainly British, American and Australian companies ... In an incident known as the MacDonald House bombing, two Indonesian saboteurs placed a bomb on the mezzanine floor on 10 March 1965, killing two and ...

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