Event    From 10/1/1946  To 14/2/1946

First United Nations General Assembly

Held in in the Methodist Central Hall, Westminster. Eleanor Roosevelt was a delegate at this and subsequent assemblies.

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First United Nations General Assembly

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United Nations 50th Anniversary

50 This plaque was unveiled by the UN Secretary-General Dr Boutros Boutros-...

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United Nations First meeting

To the glory of God and in prayer for peace on Earth this tablet commemorates...

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Sir Samuel John Gurney Hoare, Viscount Templewood

Sir Samuel John Gurney Hoare, Viscount Templewood

Politician. Born London, grandson of John Gurney Hoare, into the banking family, originally Quaker but Catholic by this time. Married Lady Maud Lygon and had their London home at 18 Cadogan Gardens...

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Sir John Davidson

Sir John Davidson

 Treasurer of the Pulford Street Site Committee.  This is possibly Sir John Humphrey Davidson (1876–1954), who was a military man until 1922 when he left the army and then became MP in Fareham, Ken...

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Rudolf Rocker

Rudolf Rocker

Anarchist and union organiser. Born Germany. Went to Paris in 1893. Came to London in 1895. 1897 attempted to enter New York with his lifelong companion Milly Witkop, but they were refused entry si...

Person, Politics & Administration, Germany, USA

1 memorial
William Smith (Churchwarden)

William Smith (Churchwarden)

Churchwarden of St Alphage in 1872.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Stoke Newington Borough Council

Stoke Newington Borough Council

Formed from the Vestry of Stoke Newington Parish in the County of London, and the South Hornsey Urban District Council in Middlesex. In 1965 it became part of the London Borough of Hackney.

Group, Politics & Administration

3 memorials