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Cable Street Featured 8 Jul 2011 Print

Cable Street

A view of Cable Street in the East End of London showing the enormous crowd which gathered there in opposition to the planned march by Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists through an area with a large Jewish population. Police attempted to clear the crowd to allow the march to proceed which led to clashes between police and anti-fascists - the Battle of Cable Street - and the decision by Mosley to abandon the march. Date: 4 October 1936

© Marx Memorial Library/Mary Evans

Montague Colliery disaster appeal Featured 8 Jul 2011 Print

Montague Colliery disaster appeal

Following the death of 38 miners in the underground flood which occured on 30th March, Hughie Jobling, one of the pit cart drivers who escaped the flood, is seen here in a cart taking part in the Lord Mayor of Newcastle's appeal procession. Date: April 1925

© Marx Memorial Library/Mary Evans

1925, Appeal, Cart, Colliery, Death, Disaster, Flood, Hughie, Jobling, March, Miner, Miners, Minersflooding, Montague, Pit, Under Ground

Letter from Mata Hari, dancer, courtesan and possible spy Featured 8 Jul 2011 Print

Letter from Mata Hari, dancer, courtesan and possible spy

A letter written by Mata Hari (stage name of Margaretha Geertruida "Grietje" Zelle, 1876-1917), Dutch exotic dancer and courtesan. She was accused of being a spy for Germany, and was executed by firing squad at Vincennes, France. She is writing to someone in French, using the headed paper of the Victoria Hotel, Amsterdam. She says she is sorry she has had to go out, but if the person will leave her a note she will be happy to meet him later. Date: early 20th century

© Robert Hunt Library/Mary Evans