How has the Empire been taught in British Schools


Cable Street


The clash between left-wing groups and Jewish groups on one side and Mosley's Fascists on the other at Cable Street in 1936 demonstrates how high political tensions had become in the inter-war period. In this photo, demonstrators are chased by police past East End shops which have been daubed with anti-fascist and Communist slogans.


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