The Teddy Boys, formerly known as the Cosh Boys, were the first gangs of English rockers that appeared in the 1950s in the East End of London. Recognizable thanks to a dress code borrowed from the English aristocracy of the beginning of the XXth centuries by pure provocation, being mainly from the working class, they wore a long jacket with […]
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