Plaque

Social Democratic Federation

Inscription

Headquarters of the Social Democratic Federation, 1926 - 1937, founded by Henry Hyndman in 1884.
London Borough of Islington
Historic House

Site: Social Democratic Federation (1 memorial)

N1, Colebrooke Row, 54

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Social Democratic Federation

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Social Democratic Federation

Founded by Henry Hyndman in 1884, this was the forerunner of the British Labo...

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Henry Mayers Hyndman

Socialist leader. Founded the Social Democratic Federation in 1884. Born 7 H...

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Social Democratic Federation

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Islington Council

The Islington Book of Remembrance is an impressive undertaking: the database ...

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