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The name "Whitechapel Boys" identifies a loosely-knit group of Anglo-Jewish writers and artists of the early 20th century. It is named after Whitechapel, which contained one of London's main Jewish settlements and from which many of its members came. These members included Mark Gertler, Isaac Rosenberg, David Bomberg, Joseph Leftwich, Jacob Kramer, Morris Goldstein, Stephen Winsten, John Rodker, Lazarus Aaronson and its only female member, Clara Birnberg. The name is modern, not a contemporary one, originating later in the 20th century.

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  • Die Whitechapel Boys war eine Gruppe englisch-jüdischer Künstler in der Zeit von etwa 1910 bis 1914. Der Begriff selbst wurde erst später vom Schriftsteller Joseph Lefkowitz, der selbst zu der Gruppe gehörte, geprägt. Die Gruppe ist nach dem Londoner Stadtteil Whitechapel benannt, in dem sich ein traditionelles Wohnviertel der Juden in London befand.
  • The name "Whitechapel Boys" identifies a loosely-knit group of Anglo-Jewish writers and artists of the early 20th century. It is named after Whitechapel, which contained one of London's main Jewish settlements and from which many of its members came. These members included Mark Gertler, Isaac Rosenberg, David Bomberg, Joseph Leftwich, Jacob Kramer, Morris Goldstein, Stephen Winsten, John Rodker, Lazarus Aaronson and its only female member, Clara Birnberg. The name is modern, not a contemporary one, originating later in the 20th century.
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  • Die Whitechapel Boys war eine Gruppe englisch-jüdischer Künstler in der Zeit von etwa 1910 bis 1914. Der Begriff selbst wurde erst später vom Schriftsteller Joseph Lefkowitz, der selbst zu der Gruppe gehörte, geprägt. Die Gruppe ist nach dem Londoner Stadtteil Whitechapel benannt, in dem sich ein traditionelles Wohnviertel der Juden in London befand. Mitglieder der Gruppe waren neben Lefkowitz der Schriftsteller und Maler Isaac Rosenberg, der Maler Mark Gertler, der Maler David Bomberg, der Schriftsteller Stephen Winsten, der Schriftsteller und Verleger John Rodker und als einzige Frau die Illustratorin Clare Winsten (geb. Birnberg)
  • The name "Whitechapel Boys" identifies a loosely-knit group of Anglo-Jewish writers and artists of the early 20th century. It is named after Whitechapel, which contained one of London's main Jewish settlements and from which many of its members came. These members included Mark Gertler, Isaac Rosenberg, David Bomberg, Joseph Leftwich, Jacob Kramer, Morris Goldstein, Stephen Winsten, John Rodker, Lazarus Aaronson and its only female member, Clara Birnberg. The name is modern, not a contemporary one, originating later in the 20th century. Several of the Whitechapel Boys, such as Rodker, Rosenberg, Leftwich, Winsten and Bomberg, were also politically active and members of the radical Young Socialist League.
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