- Published: Sunday, 11 January 2015 17:38
- Written by David Walker
Eastside Community Heritage is seeking budding young historians to work on its fascinating oral history project East End to Essex, documenting the social and cultural heritage of the Redbridge Jewish community.
Isaac Rosenberg, one of the greatest of the First World War poets and a talented artist, has not received the widespread recognition he deserves. The time has come to remedy this. Click on http://rosenbergww1.weebly.com/ or use the link above to go the Rosenberg Appeal website for more details.
Boris Bennett (1900-85), born Boris Sochaczewska in Poland and known professionally as just Boris, was famed for bringing Hollywood glamour to an impoverished area of east London. His Whitechapel Road studio was the fashionable location for wedding couples and families in the 1930s and 1940s.
Brand new Jewish East End crime fiction by B.B. Vos.
Memorial Trust seeks relatives and friends of those killed in the Second World War’s worst civilian disaster.
Was a member of your family or a friend a victim of the Bethnal Green tube disaster, the worst civilian disaster of the Second World War? Do you recognise any of the names below? If so, Sandra Scotting, secretary of the Stairway to Heaven Memorial Trust, which seeks to ensure the tragedy is never forgotten, would love to hear from you.
HAROLD POLLINS researches the story of the Netherlands Choral and Dramatic Club, one of the many now forgotten Jewish clubs that flourished in the East End
SUSIE CLAPHAM has a mission: to overturn 100 years of neglect of an important East End landmark and establish a permanent yahrzeit for the dead of Bancroft Road
The East London Central synagogue (Nelson Street) was founded in 1923. On Sunday 29 September 2013 it celebrated its 90th birthday with a big party - many happy returns! We were there