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Times (London)
14 January 1889

PRINCE KRAPOTKINE IN THE EAST-END. - Prince Peter Krapotkine lectured on Saturday night to a crowded audience at the International Socialist Club, Berner-street, Commercial-road. He said the working men of the world should combine together in order that they might take over the mines, factories, land, machinery, and capital, which their labour had made. If this was done people might become decent citizens in a free community. Several questions were put at the close of the lecture, and answered apparently to the satisfaction of the audience.


Related pages:
  Berner Street
       Official Documents: Berner Street - Census Listings 
       Press Reports: Boston Daily Globe - 10 December 1888 
       Press Reports: Jewish Chronicle - 22 March 1889 
       Victorian London: Berner Street