Reserve your place for this free event here. In this Heritage Talk in the Finsbury Park Café, historian Dr Paul Jackson reflects on the role of Finsbury Park in the 1930s, with Oswald Mosley's rallies and the Kibbo Kift anti-fascist counterdemonstrations in an era of public unrest.
Paul Jackson is senior lecturer in history at the University of Northampton. He is the author of Colin Jordan and Britain’s Neo-Nazi Movement: Hitler’s Echo (Bloomsbury, 2017), and editor of Bloomsbury’s Modern History of Politics and Violence book series.
The series is part of 2NQ's People and Heritage Programme programme, supported by the Heritage Fund and Haringey Council. These talks are informal, with audience Q&As and an opportunity to find out more about the heritage of the Finsbury Park area.