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How Londoners Reacted to Danger: from Bonnie Prince Charlie to the Blitz

Free Lunchtime lecture by Dr Jonathan Oates

London as the capital city has often been the target for enemies, from both home and abroad. This talk examines some of these dangers and how Londoners have responded. Dr Jonathan Oates is the Ealing Borough Archivist and has written and lectured on many aspects of London History. He is the author of the recently published “Attack on London: disaster, rebellion, riot, terror and war”.
Free, no need to book, no ticket required. Seating capacity 50 plus standing room, please arrive a little early to secure a seat.


Dr Jonathan Oates | talks


Date and Time:

12 October 2010 at 12:30 pm


30 minutes



Shoe Lane Library
Hill House
1 Little New Street
020 75837178

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No ticket or pre-booking requires. Seating capacity 50 for each talk plus standing room. We suggest arriving a little early to secure a seat.

Additional Information:

Nearest Public Transport: Chancery Lane Tube (Central Line) or City Thameslink (Ludgate Hill). Buses - Fleet Street or Farringdon Road.

Contact: 020 7583 7178 or shoelane@cityoflondon.gov.uk


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