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Aspects of social deprivation in Whitechapel in the late nineteenth century

R. Sibley

Aspects of social deprivation in Whitechapel in the late nineteenth century

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Thesis(M.A.) - Loughborough University of Technology 1977.

Statementby R. Sibley.
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Aspects of social deprivation in Whitechapel in the late nineteenth century by R. Sibley Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sever cholera outbreaks in Whitechapel in and underlinedthe marginalisation of the community from the rest of the city. Testimony to Whitechapel’s historicalreality as an area of deprivation in Victorian London can be viewed via thecharities and hospitals that had their genesis in.

The Nemesis of Neglect THE AFTERMATH OF ANNIE CHAPMAN’S MURDER. In the immediate aftermath of the murder of Annie Chapman, which took place in Hanbury Street on the 8th of Septembernewspapers were almost tripping over themselves to decry the sordid social conditions in the area that were being described in vivid detail at the inquest into her death – and in the other.

Whitechapel was one of London’s poorest districts in the 19 th century. It had great problems with gangs, homelessness, immigration and crime. Pollution and poor sanitation London was a. Racism, crime, social disturbance and real deprivation fed public perceptions that the area was a notorious den of immorality The Whitechapel murders.

Over a period of three years, from to11 prostitutes were murdered. The London Metropolitan Police Service called them “the Whitechapel murders”. By the mid-to-late 19th century, Whitechapel became overcrowded and crime infested (Diniejko). Slums, Poverty and Disease According to the Charles Booth Poverty Map ofWhitechapel as a whole appears to be a fairly economically-sound district—with the majority of areas being “fairly comfortable.”.

The neglect of the educational, social, physical and spiritual welfare of children in the late eighteenth and much of the nineteenth century, and their exploitation in the sudden expansion of industrial 'output, is a shameful passage in the history of civilisation. The national press, which reported in great detail the Whitechapel murders, also revealed to the reading public the appalling deprivation and dire poverty of the East London slum dwellers.

As a result, the London County Council tried to get rid of the worst slums by introducing several slum clearance programmes, but by the end of the nineteenth century few housing schemes for the poor were. The Jews of London: From Diaspora to Whitechapel Rosemary O'Day: Editors Introduction From the late nineteenth century until the late s the East End of London was to all intents and purposes a Jewish enclave.

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Whitechapel offered a breeding ground for crime and poor behavioural habits, including murder, prostitution and violence – and vicious circles like these were rarely broken in such poor districts. The streets were unimaginably dirty, fresh food was hard to come by, pollution.

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