6 edition of The general strike day by day found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HD5365.A6 IN PROCESS (UTILITY LOAD) (gen wks)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 177 p. :|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||97163021|
Arthur Wakefield was a key witness at the 'Battle of Orgreave', on 18 June , which he describes as 'Monday, Bloody Monday', the th day of the strike. His descriptions of the 'Battle' contained here in this book have also helped produce an historical live re-enactment to be shown on Channel 4 in : £ The General Strike day by day By Keith Laybourn Topics: HC, HN, D, DAAuthor: Keith Laybourn.
General Strike 14, likes 1, talking about this. We are organizing a General Strike starting on May Day We want working people to have a seat at the table/5. The general strike of was mainly for the miners; they had low pay and worked long hours. They wanted better conditions and equal rights for all. In this essay I shall assess the events leading up to the strike and have a look at all the short and long term causes of the strike.
The General Strike Thousands of thoughtful class-conscious workers in years past have looked to the General Strike for deliverance from wage slavery. Today their hopes are stronger than ever. Their number has been increased with additional thousands who are confident that the General Strike, and the General StrikeFile Size: KB. General strikes have been infrequent in Europe since World War e exceptions were the outbreak of a general strike in France (May ), touched off by student demands for educational reform, and nationwide strikes for social security and educational reform in Italy (November ) involving more than 12 million workers. France was again the scene of a general strike (November
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The General Strike Day by Day (History) [Laybourn, Keith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The General Strike Day by Day (History)Cited by: 2. The General Strike of was the most important industrial dispute in British history. Almost 1, General Strike: Day by Day: Keith Laybourn: : Books.
The General Strike ofwhich lasted from one minute to midnight on 3 May until p.m. on 12 May, was the most important industrial dispute in British history.
Almost one and three-quarter million workers came out in support of about one million miners who had been locked out for rejecting reductions in pay and conditions. The general strike day by day. [Keith Laybourn] -- "The General Strike ofwhich lasted from one minute to midnight on 3 May until p.m.
on 12 May, was the most important industrial dispute in. The General Strike. In MayBritain was gripped by what became known as the General Strike. This downing of tools lasted for nine days, during which time it divided the people, threatened the survival of the government of the day and brought the country nearer to revolution that it perhaps had ever been/5.
On this day in history inthe General Strike commenced. The General Strike was, as the name suggests, a total stoppage of work in which the Trades Union Congress (TUC) called out on strike every trade union member in the country.
The strike began in with a dispute in the coal industry. General Strike: Day 9. Get this from a library. The miners' strike day by day: the illustrated diary of Yorkshire miner Arthur Wakefield.
[Arthur Wakefield; Brian Elliot]. The General Strike Day by Day Paperback – 22 July by Keith Laybourn (Author)/5(3). Find thousands of LDS books, movies, music and more.
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The General Strike Day by Day (History): : Keith Laybourn: Books. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Basket. Books Go Search Your Today's Deals Gift Cards /5(3). The general strike in the United Kingdom was a general strike that lasted nine days, from 4 May to 12 May It was called by the General Council of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) in an unsuccessful attempt to force the British government to act to prevent wage reductions and worsening conditions for million locked-out coal million workers went out, especially in.
Ferrall and McNeill’s book offers a captivating reading of a single historical event: the nine-day national strike ofwhich the authors scrutinize as a benchmark in British political thought between the wars. a vital resource not only for understanding the conflicted literary history of Author: Charles Ferrall, Dougal McNeill.
Firstly there is Robin Page Arnot's The General Strike Mayan account that chronicles the strike day by day, and includes many relevant contemporary documents. Secondly there is The General Strike, edited by Jeffrey Skelley, which contains both regional studies and personal reminiscences of Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB.
Examines the reasons for the General Strike and its significance for British society, focusing on events such as "Black Friday" and on the constitutional issues raised.
The book argues that the strike was inevitable but asserts that it was not the disaster that it is often presented as being.
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16 rules were adopted and additional suggested rules referred to the y, May 29 Committee on Rules reported and 5 additional. Laybourn, Keith () The General Strike day by day. Alan Sutton, Stroud. ISBN Metadata only available from this by: 2.
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Trades Union Congress General Council official bulletin, no.7; Trades Union Congress Intelligence Committee progress of the strike report, no.5 (5pm), and no.6 (7pm) 'The Evening News' emergency bulletin 'The Manchester Guardian Bulletin', no.
5; See all digitised sources for Day 7. Other articles where General Strike of is discussed: Stanley Baldwin: When the miners went on strike (May 4, ) and they were supported with sympathetic strikes in other vital industries, Baldwin proclaimed a state of emergency, organized volunteers to maintain essential services, and refused to negotiate further with labour until the strike was called off (it ended ).The Seattle General Strike of February was the first twentieth century solidarity strike in the United States to be proclaimed a “general strike.” It led off a tumultuous era of post-World War I labor conflict that saw massive strikes shut down the nation's steel, coal, and other industries and threaten civil unrest in a dozen cities.General Strike.
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