London S East Enders Are Known For Being A Tough, Humorous And Lively Lot In The Early Th Century, Families Crowded Into Single Rooms, Children Played On The Streets And Neighbours Doors Were Never Locked In Case You Needed An Escape Route From The PoliceWorld War Changed Everything During The Blitz, Men Set Off For Work Never To Return And Rows Of Houses Were Reduced To Rubble Overnight Yet The East Enders Ability To Keep Calm And Carry On Cemented Their Reputation For Cheerful ResilienceThey Say Hitler Killed Off The Bugs But, Along With The Slums, The Blitz Destroyed A Way Of Life After The War Families Were Scattered Some To Estates On The Edge Of London, Others To Isolated High Rise Blocks The Old East End Communities Were Gone ForeverTold By The Residents Themselves, The War On Our Doorstep Is An Eye Opening, Moving And Laugh Out Loud Depiction Of The History Of London S East End And What It Means To Be An East Ender
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- 512 pages
- The War on our Doorstep
- Harriet Salisbury
- 09 May 2017 Harriet Salisbury