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Arrested for wearing a corset advertising placard
"Why pick on me, officer? It's my guv'nor's idea!" A policeman is not sympathetic to the protestations of the beardy gentleman employed to parade in front of a Draper's shop wearing a corset sandwich board! A little too much for the sensitive souls of the 1930s? It would appear most seem to be finding the whole spectacle amusing (apart from one scandalised older lady!) Date: circa 1930s
© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection
Bloody Sunday Riot - Parliament Street 1887
Bloody Sunday, London, 13th November 1887, the name given to a demonstration against coercion in Ireland and to demand the release from prison of MP William O'Brien, who was imprisoned for incitement as a result of an incident in the Irish Land War. The demonstration was organized by the Social Democratic Federation and the Irish National League. A fight between the Police and contingents from South London and Battersea at the bottom of Parliament Street
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans