Battle Of Cable Street Red Plaque Photo

Battle of Cable Street red plaque - The Battle of Cable Street  The people of East London  rallied to Cable Street on the  4th October 1936 and forced back  the march of the fascist  Oswald Mosley and his Blackshirts  through the streets of  the East End.  They shall not pass

Battle Of Cable Street Red Plaque Map


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Debtors Prison, Whitecross Blue Plaque - Whitecross Debtors Prison 1813 - 1870 warm-hearted Nell Gwynne, in her will, desired her natural son the Duke of St. Albans, to lay out £20 a year to release poor debtors out of prison, and this sum was distributed every Christmas Day to the inmates of Whitecross Street Prison.
William IV Blue Plaque - H.R.H. The Duke of Clarence lived here 1826. Later to become King William IV (The Sailor King) 1830-1837
Henry VIII Bronze Plaque - Here stood the Palace of Bridewell built by Henry VIII in 1523 and granted by Edward VI in 1553 to the City of London to house Bridewell Royal Hospital founded by Royal Charter in the same year.  The present building was erected in 1802 and in 1862 the court room of the Bridewell Royal Hospital was incorporated therein