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London in war and conflict
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The Great Dock Strike of 1889

The labour movement's first great victory
Labour unrest in the port after 1889

Industrial relations in the Port of London were strained throughout the 20th century
Docklands and the Blitz

London in the firing line
Defending the East End

Dealing with the Blitz
Fighting back: the port, the Thames and the liberation of Europe

How the Thames contributed to the defeat of Nazi Germany
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Growing up in the Blitz
Children in London during the Second World WarImages of protest
Scenes of unrest in the port from 1889 to the 1980sRanks in Nelson's navy
The crew of a typical warship from the Napoleonic era, from the officers to the common sailors
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