The Battle of Cable Street mural depicts details from the confrontation between anti-Fascist demonstrators and Oswald Mosley and his Blackshirts in London's East End.
The Battle of Cable Street mural, which has been vandalized multiple times since its conception in the 1970s, commemorates the historic Battle of Cable Street as well as the East End's immigration story.
Demonstrators barricaded the streets in London's East End where Fascist leader Oswald Mosley and the Blackshirts had planned a march.
Explore images from the Battle of Cable Street of 1936, when thousands in East London stood in solidarity against Oswald Mosley and the British Union of Fascists.
Garry Trudeau’s cartoon from the Doonesbury comic strip comments on the calculations we make about one another.