Posts Tagged ‘anarchists in Fitzrovia’
In the footsteps of Communards0
July 6, 2015 by Lydia Syson
What happened to the revolutionaries who managed to escape Paris after the bloody fall of the Commune? Over three thousand ended up in London, men, women and children too. I’ve blogged about following the trail of some of those exiles today at The History Girls. Follow the link to find out more about what I found, including ‘bloody foreigners’, police spies, chemistry lessons and Louise Michel’s International School in Fitzrovia.
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