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This book combines personal narratives with unique photos and historical records to create a comprehensive and moving story of life for civilians on the Isle of Dogs during World War II.

The Isle of Dogs During World War II by Mick Lemmerman

A record of the Isle of Dogs before the arrival of the shiny new financial centre around Canary Wharf. And for Islanders, a walk down memory lane (and probably even some surprises).

The (Old) Isle of Dogs from A to Z by Mick Lemmerman

A topographical dictionary of the East End's lost streets, churches, pubs, schools, wharves, and more.

A Dictionary of Lost East London by Mick Lemmerman

A book to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Christ Church and the parish of St. John with St. Luke. Published by the Island History Trust in cooperation with Christ Church.

The Anglican Church on the Isle of Dogs 1854-2004 by Eve Hostettler

Artist Kathleen Hyndman's work provides a unique view of the post-war Isle of Dogs.

The Isle of Dogs 1948-1949 by Kathleen M. Hyndman

An illustrated historical survey of life and work in east London.

Dockland, by the North East London Polytechnic in conjunction with the GLC

An interesting insight into life in Limehouse and on the Island by the famous landlord of the Waterman's Arms.

Limehouse Days by Daniel Farson

Benjamin Cowper's authorative and much-quoted 1853 work

Title too long to mention

Island History Trust photos of Island women from 1897 to 1983

Island Women, by Eve Hostettler

Bill Regan's wartime diaries as published by his daughter Ann, and edited by Mick Lemmerman and Con Maloney. All proceeds from the book go to the Friends of Island History Trust.

Heavy Rescue Squad Work on the Isle of Dogs

A pictorial history of London's Docks 1860-1970

Dockland Life, by Chris Ellmers & Alex Werner

Cultures in Conflict, Worlds in Collision

Docklands, by Janet Foster

The history of the civil engineering works which have gone into making the Port of London.

London Docks 1880-1980, by Ivan S. Greeves

A pictorial history of London's Docks 1860-1970

Dockland Life, by Chris Ellmers & Alex Werner

Survey of London, Volume XLIII parts 1 and 2

Survey of London, Volume XLIII parts 1 & 2