Ted Kid Lewis by Morton Lewis
His Life and Times

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Ted 'Kid' Lewis, born in 1894 into the tough world of London's Jewish East End. fought his way to international stardom in boxing. Told with great affection -and searching honesty -by his son, Morton.
 

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Published April 1, 1992 by Robson Book Ltd. 308 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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Born Gershon Mendeloff in London's East End in 1893, the third of eight children, Lewis learned to fight by battling anti-Semitic kids. He began his ring career in 1909, boxing at private clubs, and b

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By the time he left the ring in 1929, he had fought 229 bouts, held five titles in the featherweight, welterweight and lightweight divisions and established himself as the best British boxer of his time (of all time, some would argue).

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