The distinguished physician Dr Hannah Billig GM, MBE 1901-1987 known locally as "The Angel of Cable Street." honoured for her bravery in World War II and famine relief work in India lived and worked here 1935-1964

198 Cable Street, Stepney, E1, London, United Kingdom

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John Passmore Edwards 1823-1911

Vernon Hall, Roman Road, Bow, E3, London, United Kingdom

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Site of the worst civilian disaster of the Second World War. In memory of 173 men, women and children who lost their lives on the evening of Wednesday 3rd March 1943 descending the steps to Bethnal Green Underground air raid shelter. Not forgotten.

Bethnal Green Tube Station, Roman Road, London, United Kingdom

Onyx House Mile End Road in 1891 C. R. Ashbee, architect and founder of the survey of London, set up the workshops of the Guild of Handicraft in Essex House which formerly stood on this site.

Onyx House, 401 Mile End Road, E3, London, United Kingdom

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Elizabeth Garrett Anderson 1836-1919 was born in a house formerly on this site. The first woman to be registered as a medical practitioner and surgeon. Founder of the first hospital for and staffed by women

London Guildhall University, Commercial Road, E1, London, United Kingdom

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Nicholas Culpeper (1616-1654) physician, herbalist, astrologer and writer, lived and worked in a house on this site c.1640-1654

92 Commercial Street, London, United Kingdom

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Millwall (Rovers) Football Club was founded on this site by workers from the Morton's Jam Factory in 1885

Junction of Westferry Road/Cuba Street, London, United Kingdom

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Painter House. This block was built in 2006 by Tower Hamlets Community Housing and named after Peter Piaktow, who was know as Peter the Painter, anti-hero of the nearby Sidney Street Siege in 1911

Sidney Street, London, United Kingdom

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