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Choose from 28 pictures in our Anarchists collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Sidney Street Siege
Sidney Street Siege
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Souvenir of the Tottenham Outrage
Souvenir of the Tottenham Outrage
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Policemen guarding house in Sidney Street, East London
Policemen guarding house in Sidney Street, East London
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Anarchist Conspirators in London - Arrest at Club Autonomie
Anarchist Conspirators in London - Arrest at Club Autonomie
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The Anarchist Conspirators in London - Greenwich Bombing
The Anarchist Conspirators in London - Greenwich Bombing
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Jack Cade attacking London by night
Jack Cade attacking London by night
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The unrest in Spain: stormy scenes in Madrid
The unrest in Spain: stormy scenes in Madrid
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Spanish general strike
Spanish general strike
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French cartoon, anarchist newspapers
French cartoon, anarchist newspapers
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Scots guards at the Siege of Sidney Street
Scots guards at the Siege of Sidney Street
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Anarchist Outrages 2
Anarchist Outrages 2
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SPAIN. Pedralba. Spain. Second Republic (1931-1936)
SPAIN. Pedralba. Spain. Second Republic (1931-1936)
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Policemen guarding house in Sidney Street, East London Featured Image

Policemen guarding house in Sidney Street, East London

Policemen guarding the devastated house in Sidney Street, East London, after the Sidney Street Siege (popularly known as the Battle of Stepney) in East London. The siege took place when it was discovered that a gang of Latvian anarchists responsible for the deaths of three policemen during an attempted robbery were living at 100 Sidney Street. The street was cordoned off and the two sides fired at each other for some time. The siege ended with a fire inside the house, and the deaths of two of the gang. The involvement of the Guards was authorised by the Home Secretary, Winston Churchill, and caused some controversy. The leader of the gang, Peter the Painter, also known as Peter Piaktow (or Piatkov, Pjatkov, Piaktoff), was never found, and there is confusion over his true identity

© Mary Evans Picture Library

SPAIN. Pedralba. Spain. 2nd Republic (1931-1936)
SPAIN. Pedralba. Spain. 2nd Republic (1931-1936)
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Anarchists attack a religious procession in Barcelona
Anarchists attack a religious procession in Barcelona
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Anarchy by H. M. Bateman
Anarchy by H. M. Bateman
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Anarchists resist government at Mass-Carrara, Italy
Anarchists resist government at Mass-Carrara, Italy
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The Bungalow, Whiteway Colony, Gloucestershire
The Bungalow, Whiteway Colony, Gloucestershire
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Guards take aim in Sidney Street, East London
Guards take aim in Sidney Street, East London
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Winston Churchill in Sidney Street, East London
Winston Churchill in Sidney Street, East London
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Murderers pursued by police in Tottenham
Murderers pursued by police in Tottenham
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Anarchist Outrages 1
Anarchist Outrages 1
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Anarchist Outrages 6
Anarchist Outrages 6
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Anarchist Outrages 7
Anarchist Outrages 7
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Anarchists Plot/1892
Anarchists Plot/1892
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Winston Churchill in Sidney Street, East London Featured Image

Winston Churchill in Sidney Street, East London

Winston Churchill, then Home Secretary, together with policemen and civilians, during the Sidney Street Siege (popularly known as the Battle of Stepney) in East London. The siege took place when it was discovered that a gang of Latvian anarchists responsible for the deaths of three policemen during an attempted robbery were living at 100 Sidney Street. The street was cordoned off and the two sides fired at each other for some time. The siege ended with a fire inside the house, and the deaths of two of the gang. The involvement of the Guards was authorised by the Home Secretary, Winston Churchill, and caused some controversy

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1906/RUSSIA/FUMES
1906/RUSSIA/FUMES
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Chicago Riots & Police
Chicago Riots & Police
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Chicago Riots
Chicago Riots
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Siege of Sidney Street
Siege of Sidney Street
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