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21 Years of Jack the Ripper and the Whitechapel Society

by The Whitechapel Society

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First formed in 1995, the Whitechapel Society strives to promote the study of the crimes of Jack the Ripper
and the social history of London’s East End in the Victorian and early Edwardian eras

Since then, some of the finest Ripper resarchers and students of the case have given lectures at Society meetings, or contributed essays to the Whitechapel Society Journal.

This book contains twenty-one articles, each carefully selected to represent a year from the Society’s history by President Mark Galloway, founder of the Whitechapel Society.

  • Hardback and Kindle

  • 217 pages

  • Illustrated

  • Hardback £15

  • Kindle £5.99