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Cable Street Mural

This mural depicts the clash that took place on the 4th October 1936. Great mural to look at if you... read more

Reviewed 24 February 2018
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London's socialist history in mural.

We actually stumbled across this one day en route somewhere else, but it had always been on our... read more

Reviewed 29 December 2017
London, United Kingdom
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This pictorial representation drawn on the side of a building is in remembrance of a historic Jewish rally that took place in 1936.
St. Georges Town Hall 236 Cable Street, London E1 0BL, England
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Reviewed 24 February 2018 via mobile

This mural depicts the clash that took place on the 4th October 1936. Great mural to look at if you are in the area which started in 1976 and finished in 1993 and restored in 2011 due to vandalism and graffiti. It is powerful with...More

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Reviewed 29 December 2017

We actually stumbled across this one day en route somewhere else, but it had always been on our list to visit. An important memorial to the battle of cable street and an important visual reminder of London's socialist history.

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Reviewed 28 November 2017

A stroll down Cable Street is a walk through East End history. Simply walk out of Shadwell Station and you will quickly come across this tribute to the men and women who stood together to prevent Mosley and his blackshirts from bringing Nazi terror to...More

Thank Ian T
Reviewed 30 August 2017 via mobile

The cable street mural is a good bit of local history and a must see if you are in that bit of London.

Thank Katie W
Reviewed 9 August 2017

The history of the East End of London is fascinating and essential knowledge for anyone that wants to understand the real history of the UK, not just kings and queens. There are maps you can get that suggest walking tours, but don't miss this spiralling,...More

Thank Ian P
Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

The mural is very interesting to go to see, you can get very close to it, and it isn't packed at all. There are benches and a park surrounding so you are able to sit and view the mural. There is a plaque with information...More

Thank Claire N
Reviewed 28 July 2017 via mobile

Just thank you and keep fighting the good fight people...... Having written a piece on the Battle of Cable Street, I was still awestruck at this piece of work. Utterly humbled by the strength of character of those involved. Never forget...... 'the plague bacillus never...More

Thank Joe W
Reviewed 19 May 2017

Great history place of people standing up against fascism and racism in the 1930s. I love what it tells you about people of London saying no, when the authorities said yes, and the fascists said "heil Hitler"!

Thank Roddy P
Reviewed 25 March 2017 via mobile

Worth a visit if you are in the area, as it shows a slice of long forgotten London history when this was a predominantly Jewish area and the fascists attempted to march through, only to be beaten off by a coalition of locals, workers, communists...More

Thank Brent81
Reviewed 22 November 2016

Impressive and well worth a visit. The Battle of Cable Street took place on Sunday 4 October 1936 in Cable Street, as a result of a march by the British Union of Fascists led by Oswald Mosley. Anti-fascist protesters, including local Jewish, socialist, anarchist, Irish...More

Thank Mike L
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