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Jeremy Corbyn 4 Oct 17
81 years on from the Battle of , I think of my mother and all those she stood with in defiance of Oswald Mosley's Black Shirts.
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Jewish Socialist 3 Oct 17
81 years ago They did not pass
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Dr Louise Raw Oct 4
Replying to @LouiseRawAuthor
Charlie was dragged down by cops, assaulted & arrested (see photo). 4 years later Joyce met a young man who looked familiar- 'Were you that nutter up the lampost at ?' He was- so she knew he was her type, and.. they married! Anti-fascist love!💕
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Jack Slater 4 Oct 17
81 years ago thousands of Londoners stood against racism and fascism. Absolute heroes.
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Magpie Ranger Oct 5
Commemorating is important. However, the BUF only confined their activities to London after yrs of being fought out of North and other parts of Britain Anti-fascism is never a set piece victory like the movies. It is long, arduous and hard.
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Dr Louise Raw 5 Oct 18
I need to introduce you to a woman I was honoured to meet today: Beatty Orwell, age 101. She was at 82 years ago yesterday, seeing off Mosley & the Blackshirts; but what I hadn’t known was she was also at the violent Fascist rally at Olympia 2 years earlier, aged 17
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El Christo 9 Jun 18
Police attacked. Property destroyed. Onlookers harassed. The neo-nazis are trying to take over the streets of London again. We saw those bastards off before... & if we have to, we'll do it again✊🌹
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Paul Jeffery May 17
Replying to @AntiRacismDay
Sadly the need to stand against fascism is as relevant today as it was in the 1930's
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JimmieG Oct 3
Remembering the comrades at Cable Street 83 years ago today 4/10/1936-4/10/2019 forever in our hearts. No Pasarán! London is antifascist 🌹👊↙️↙️↙️
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Franc David Oct 4
‘I’d do it all over again’: last hurrah for the veterans of
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Momentum Oxford 26 Mar 18
Jeremy is no anti-Semite. His 2016 Cable Street speech proves he's the exact opposite. His own mother stood shoulder to shoulder with London’s community to oppose Oswald Mosley’s fascists! Watch the video.
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Morning Star 2 Nov 18
Cable Street veteran and communist Max Levitas dies at 103
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Football Lads & Lasses Against Fascism Oct 4
83 years ago today Oswald Mosley and his blackshirts tried to march through the East End, they failed. This was the proudest moment in this countries rich history of anti-fascism. No platform for the far right.
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EastLondonGroup Oct 4
To mark the 83rd anniversary of the Battle of Cable Street I thought I'd start today with "Cable Street" by Albert Turpin who was arrested during the ensuing mayhem & who was cited as a ring-leader in the press, as you'll see. The painting is from his post war work.
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🌹p҉s҉y҉c҉h҉e҉d҉e҉l҉i҉c҉ ҉o҉d҉i҉n҉🌹 Oct 4
Remembering the brave people who stood up to fascists on this day in 1936.
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Dr Louise Raw Oct 4
I had never seen that fabulous photo of Charlie before today, when to my delight I discovered his family are on twitter! Happy day to and . (I'm actually speaking about Charlie at the weekend- if you're free & near London, let me know)
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Large Al 4 Oct 17
ON THIS DAY: "They Shall Not Pass"
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Jewish Socialist 3 Oct 18
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John Hedges 4 Oct 18
'The Battle of ' 4 October 1936: 100,000 anti-fascist protestors blockade East End of London to prevent the British Union of Fascists from marching. 'Ghosts of Cable Street' by
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Polly Wiseman Oct 4
They shall not pass. Now, more than ever, it is crucial to stand firm against fascism.
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