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London under Siege: Churchill and the Anarchists 1911

The London under Siege exhibition commemorated the 100th anniversary of the Siege of Sidney Street and was at the Museum of London Docklands, West India Quay, Canary Wharf, London E14 4AL.  It ran from 18th December 2010 to 10th April 2011.   A vast collection of memorabilia was on display and we produced an enlarged commemorative edition of our magazine, The Cable, to accompany the exhibition.  The magazine can still be purchased at the museum, or is available by post at 4.50 per copy including post and packaging.  To purchase your copy by post please email your order to: magazine

Scenes from this exciting exhibition are below:

Celia Sandys - grandaughter of Sir Winston Chrchill

Sir Winston Churchill's coat worn when he visited Sidney Street in his role as Home Secretary

Contemporary newsreal film of the Siege of Sidney Street being shown

Items collected from the Siege

The gas piping and blow torch used in the anarchists' attempt to rob the jewellery shop in Houndsditch

Guns used by the anarchists

Jeecs chairman Clive Bettington with Cable magazine co-producer and webmaster Philip Walker

Our Sidney Street exhibition commemorative edition of the Cable - have you bought your copy yet?!

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