6 edition of The general strike of 1926 found in the catalog.
by Manchester University Press, Distributed exclusively in the USA and Canada by St. Martin"s Press in Manchester, New York, New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 154-156) and index.
|Series||New frontiers in history|
|LC Classifications||HD5365.A6 L39 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 161 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||161|
|ISBN 10||0719038642, 0719038650|
|LC Control Number||93028180|
Description: 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. Exploring the myths and legends which surround Churchill's role in the General Strike this places his involvement in the events of that year within the context of his views of sympathy strikes from before the Great War. The continuing importance of these views is shown to explain the marked contrasts between Churchill's approach to the General Strike in May and his efforts to find a.
A lark for the sake of their country: The General Strike volunteers in folklore and memory. In this Book. Additional Information. A lark for the sake of their country: The General Strike volunteers in folklore and memory; Rachelle Saltzman ; Book. The book argues that the strike was inevitable but asserts that it was not the disaster that it is often presented as being. The General Slocum Steamboat Fire of Ellen V. LiBretto — Juvenile Nonfiction.
The fundamental aim of this book is to provide a gendered history of the General Strike and Miners' Lockout of This topic necessitates a detailed account of gender relations before, during and after the Lockout and this must necessarily be grounded in the more general social history of the dispute. The British general strike: an economic interpretation of its background and its significance by Scott Nearing British General Strike, (Historical Association. General series, no. 82) by Margaret Morris The General Strike by Margaret Morris.
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The General Strike of (New Frontiers in History) Paperback – December 1, /5(2). The General Strike, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5.
The ruling class treated the General Strike as a political battle between the two contending classes; the trade union bureacracy, right or 'left', could never and would never have conceived of such a broad /5. Charles Ferrall and Dougal McNeill's book analyses the vast literary response to the General Strike.
The Strike not only drew writers into political action but inspired literature that served to shape twentieth-century British views of class, culture and politics.
While major figures active at the time wrote on or responded to this crucial moment, this is the first volume to address their respective : Charles Ferrall, Dougal McNeill.
Get this from a library. The General Strike of [R A Florey]. Written in the early s, British syndicalist Tom Brown's article The Social General Strike - Why Failed examines the failure of the General Strike.
It makes suggestions for future action, and argues for worker's control. Synopsis The General Strike of in support of the miners was the most important dispute in British industrial history. It is The general strike of 1926 book only occasion on which the vast majority of the working class have given their industrial, financial and moral support to a group of workers for more than one s: 3.
'The General Strike May Trades Councils in action', book published by the Labour Research Department which contains summaries of the activities of many local trades councils and strike committees during the strike See all digitised sources from the strike aftermath.
Why was there a general strike in. Trade Union militancy - was a period of industrial unrest, and in the miners', railwaymen's and 2. Economic Depression - there were problems in the economy after the war, and in the government returned to the 3.
Fear of Communism. The general strike of (Book, )  Get this from a library. The general strike of [Keith Laybourn] -- 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 General Strike of Melland Schill Monographs in International Law New frontiers in history: Author: Keith Laybourn: Publisher: Manchester University Press, ISBN: Martin wrote about Churchill and the General Strike in his book, Father Figures () The General Strike of was an unmitigated disaster.
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Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Barry Burke's account of the UK general strike of in the East London borough of. Buy The General Strike of a history / by John Murray ; with a foreword by William Gallacher First Edition by Murray, John Gilbert (b.
) (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : John Gilbert (b. ) Murray. In Maythe print unions were called to join the General Strike, effectively silencing the press. 90 years later, this month’s resource from the GNM Archive looks at how newspapers and.
strike that led to the general strike of Churchill offered no remedy except the cultivation of strict economy, extending even to the armed services. Churchill viewed the general strike as a quasi-revolutionary measure and was foremost in resisting a negotiated settlement.
He leaped at the opportunity of editing the. In The Women and Men of Sue Bruley recounts the social history of the mining communities in south Wales during the lockout. Relying on hitherto unpublished oral testimony as well as other archival material, Bruley investigates how households coped with the lockout and assesses the impact.
Published in by Aberdeen People's Press, this book gives a local account of the British general strike of and how it played out in Aberdeen, Scotland. Interestingly the text is critical of the TUC and Labour party whereas most accounts outwith libertarian circles are not.
It lasted twice the length of the General Strike. Until the strikes occurred in Russia, the strike had involved more workers than any the world had seen. It started in a comparatively small area of south-east Lancashire, in Stalybridge.
It engulfed towns and industrial villages east of Manchester, and then Manchester itself. But what happened during this benchmark strike in the s, and just how big was it. The strike was called by the TUC for one minute to midnight on 3. Tom Watson, Labour deputy leader, who said on Wednesday morning that “most trade unions will tell you it [the general strike] was an absolute failure for the working class,” definitely didn’t.The General Strike of was the largest industrial dispute in Britain's history.
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) called the strike to prevent wage reduction and worsening conditions for coal miners. It took place over nine days, from 4 May until 12 May A general strike is when a group of workers from different industries all stop work in support of each other to win certain demands.
This would bring the country to a halt and make it very hard for the Government to resist giving in to their demands.
The general strike of was mainly for the miners; they had low pay and worked long hours.