East End Walks
Registered: 4 October 2008
East End Walks specialises in organising historical walks of London’s East End – an area in which successive waves of immigrants have helped make London what it is today.
These walks bring to life the people and places of the East End from the1880s to the 1930s. From the time when Jews arrived in large numbers from Eastern Europe to the time when they united with non-Jewish Eastenders to drive out Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists in the Battle of Cable Street.
Tour leader David Rosenberg divides his working time between primary school teaching and a range of freelance activities including journalism, teaching PGCE students, work on educational projects... and East End Walks.
He has worked on educational projects in Uganda, South Africa and India His writing on history and current affairs features on several channel4 websites and in many print publications. He is the author of Facing Up To Antisemitism: how Jews in Britain countered the threats of the 1930.
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