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London's Gangs At War

London's Gangs At War

by Dick Kirby

London's Gangs at War

The 1950s and 1960s saw a changing of the guard in London's gangland. A new and even more ruthless breed of criminal emerged to replace the aging generation of likes of Sabini, Mullins and Hayes.

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London's Rubbish

London's Rubbish

by Peter Hounsell

London's Rubbish : Two Centuries of Dirt, Dust and Disease in the Metropolis

The skyline of Victorian London was dominated by sinister mounds of rubbish, graphically described in Dickens's novel Our Mutual Friend. Surpr...
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London's Sewers

London's Sewers

by Paul Dobraszczyk

London's Sewers

London's sewers could be called the city's forgotten underground: mostly unseen subterranean spaces that are of absolutely vital importance, the capital's sewers nonetheless rarely get the same degree of...
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London's Strangest Tales Royal Palaces

London's Strangest Tales Royal Palaces

by Iain Spragg

London's Strangest Tales : Royal Palaces

London's Royal Palaces are still some of the most visited places in England. A great deal of their official histories are well known. But London's Strangest Tales: Historic Royal...
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London's Triumph

London's Triumph

by Stephen Alford

London's Triumph

'Consistently illuminating ... Like all the best stories, it is about the timeless tides of power and influence ... trade deals can sometimes be sexy, thrilling and epic' Sinclair McKay, SpectatorLife i...
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Looking To London

Looking To London

by Cynthia Cockburn

Looking To London : Stories of War, Escape and Asylum

The city of London is celebrated as one of the most ethnically diverse capitals in the world, and has been a magnet of migration since its origin. Looking To London ...
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Mansions of Misery

Mansions of Misery

by Jerry White

Mansions of Misery

For Londoners of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, debt was a part of everyday life. But when your creditors lost their patience, you might be thrown into one of the capital's most notorious ja...
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Merian's View of London

Merian's View of London


Merian's View of London

This view of London by Merian, a Swiss engraver, was published in 1638. It is a very rare engraving and shows London with it's old bridge and St Pauls without its steeple. Lightening struck St P...
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More London's Strangest Tales

More London's Strangest Tales

by Tom Quinn

More London's Strangest Tales

Why did Winston Churchill ask to be lowered in a bucket to smoke a cigar in the sewers of London? How did the sale of human teeth become such a booming industry? Why is the name George so i...
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Paterson's Twenty Four Miles Round London

Paterson's Twenty Four Miles Round London


Paterson's Twenty Four Miles Round London

Paterson's Twenty Four Miles Round London with Reference to the Seats of Nobility and Gentry. This decorative antique copper engraved map was produced by Capt.Daniel Paterson (1...
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Pie And Mash Down The Roman Road

Pie And Mash Down The Roman Road

by Melanie McGrath

Pie And Mash Down The Roman Road

G Kelly's Pie and Mash has been run by the same family in the Roman Road in Bow for nearly a hundred years; an East End institution and the still point of a turning world. Outside its wi...
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Poverty And Philanthropy In Victorian Richmond

Poverty And Philanthropy In Victorian Richmond

by Simon Fowler

Poverty & Philanthropy In Victorian Richmond

Prosperous as Richmond may seem, there have always been pockets of poverty. Poverty and Philanthropy in Victorian Richmond by Simon Fowler, published on 4 October 2017, looks...
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Queer City

Queer City

by Peter Ackroyd

Queer City

In Queer City Peter Ackroyd looks at London in a whole new way - through the history and experiences of its gay population. In Roman Londinium the city was dotted with lupanaria ('wolf dens' or public pleasur...
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Queer City: London Club Culture

Queer City: London Club Culture


Queer City : London Club Culture 1918-1967

Guidebook produced for a joint project between The National Archives and The National Trust "Queer City : London Club Culture 1918-1967" which uses original documents and plans...
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Rebel Footprints

Rebel Footprints

by David Rosenberg

Rebel Footprints : A Guide to uncovering London's Radical History

The radical response to conservative heritage tours and banal day-tripper guides, Rebel Footprints brings to life the history of social movements in the ...
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Roque's Brentford, Ealing and Greenford Map

Roque's Brentford, Ealing and Greenford Map


John Rocque Brentford, Ealing, Greenford

The country near 10 miles round London circa 1746. Part of including Brentford, Ealing, Greenford. John Rocque (1709 - 1762) was a Hugenot refugee and came to England in 1709 wit...
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Roque's Map of Isleworth, Richmond and Hounslow

Roque's Map of Isleworth, Richmond and Hounslow


John Rocque Map of Isleworth, Richmond, Hounslow

The country near 10 miles round London circa 1746. Part of including Hounslow, Isleworth, Sheen, Richmond, Petersham and Twickenham. John Roque (1709 - 1762) was a Hugeno...
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Roque's Map of Wandsworth, Roehampton, Fulham and Battersea

Roque's Map of Wandsworth, Roehampton, Fulham and Battersea


John Rocque Wandsworth, Roehampton, Fulham, Battersea

The country near 10 miles round London circa 1746. Part of including Wandsworth, Roehampton, Fulham and Battersea. John Roque (1709 - 1762) was a Hugenot refugee and...
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Shakespeare's London on 5 Groats A Day

Shakespeare's London on 5 Groats A Day

by Richard Tames

Shakespeare's London on 5 Groats A Day

Explore London at the close of the 16th century – a city of courtiers, cut-throats, merchants, beggars, lawyers, dramatists, apprentices and adventurers. See the sights from Whit...
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Sherlock Holmes's London

Sherlock Holmes's London

by Rose Shepherd

Sherlock Holmes's London : Explore The City In The Footsteps Of The Great Detective

Sherlock Holmes is one of the world's most famous detectives, but Sherlock would be nothing without 221B Baker Street, the West End and...
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