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History Extension Major Work - Jack the Ripper; Partial

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My major essay for Extension History - changing interpretations of Jack the Ripper's identity- first two pages - Received 24/30.

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History Extension Major Work - Jack the Ripper; Partial
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Jack the Ripper London boroughs London Borough of Tower Hamlets Crime Goulston Street graffito Whitechapel murders Catherine Eddowes Michael Maybrick Annie Chapman Ripper Jack the Ripper suspects Thomas Arnold Bruce Robinson
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Jack the Ripper London boroughs London Borough of Tower Hamlets Crime Goulston Street graffito Whitechapel murders Catherine Eddowes Michael Maybrick Annie Chapman Ripper Jack the Ripper suspects Thomas Arnold Bruce Robinson
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Ironically enough, the Whitechapel Murders were not the most gruesome crimes of the time – but public interest will speculate otherwise. The work of Bruce Robinson, ‘They all Love Jack’ published in 2015, investigates the behaviours of Sir Charles Warren, the police commissioner at the time. (1888) It is Sir Charles Warren’s position as a freemason that has led this investigation towards a single conclusion: The identity of Jack the Ripper has been in plain sight this whole time, but as a member of the Freemasons, Sir Charles Warren was involved in a great cover up, covering the tracks of Michael Maybrick, an English composer, singer, and Freemason. In 1888, the east end of London was a place of fear as a number of prostitutes were found brutally murdered in the region kno...
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