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Martin Sugarman

Martin Sugarman

Chair Hackney-Haifa Twinning Association and co-chair, with councillor Linda Kelly, of the Britain and Israel Olympic Plaque Committee.

In 2021 Sugarman was working with the Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen and Women, Stamford Hill and Hackney Branch.

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Martin Sugarman

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Munich Olympics 40 years

The Hackney Gazette give the unveiling date as 25th but we believe Boris John...

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Operation Mincemeat

The Biblical quotation draws attention to the secrecy which was essential to ...

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Stella Newton

Stella Newton

Fashion designer and dress historian, who brought the history of fashion to bear on art history and the dating of paintings. She designed for the theatre and for fashion, having her own shop in the...

Person, Art, Craft / Design, History

1 memorial
George Grote, DCL, LLD

George Grote, DCL, LLD

George Grote was born on 17 November 1794 ,in Clay Hall, Beckenham, Kent (now Greater London), the eldest son of George Grote (1762-1830) and Salina Mary Grote née Peckwell (1775-1845). On 27 Decem...

Person, History, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Sir Laurence Gomme

Sir Laurence Gomme

Born 3 Cecil Street, Stepney. Clerk to the London County Council, folklorist and historian. Died at home, Buckinghamshire.

Person, History, Politics & Administration, Tourism / Traditions

1 memorial
Frederic George Stephens

Frederic George Stephens

Born 10th October 1827, Walworth. Art critic and historian. He entered the Royal Academy Schools in 1844 where he met Millais and Holman Hunt with whom he joined to found the Pre-Raphaelite Broth...

Person, Art, History, Journalism / Publishing

1 memorial
Charles Robert Cockerell

Charles Robert Cockerell

Architect and antiquary, Born London. Educated at Westminster. Harrow Old Schools was his first building.

Person, Architecture, History

2 memorials