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Life in the East End

Life in the East End



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Published by Dafydd Humphreys

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Published by: Dafydd Humphreys on May 10, 2007
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Free resources by R.J. Tarr and M. Ellis – www.activehistory.co.uk 
This is a photograph of Bucks Row, Whitechapel. It was taken in the 1960s butlittle has changed since 1888.The arrow points to the spot where PC John Neil discovered the body of MaryAnne Nichols (above), known as “Polly” in the early hours of Friday, 31
August1888. She was the first victim of the Whitechapel murderer, also known as“Leather Apron” or, most famously, as
“Jack the Ripper”.
The identity of Jack the Ripper remains a mystery to this day.In this study unit, each of you will build up your own profile of the murderer basedon the evidence that survives. You will then use this profile to decide for yourself who exactly the murderer was from a list of the 15 most popular suspects.
Why is the Ripper so famous? (Discuss as a group and write your answersbelow).
What can the Whitechapel murders tell usabout the problems of Victorian society?

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