general strike, 1926 an archive teaching unit for the study of a great industrial dispute with particular reference to coal mining in the North East by Clarke, J. F.

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Published by University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Dept. of Education in [Newcastle-upon-Tyne] .

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  • General Strike, Great Britain, 1926.,
  • Labor disputes -- Great Britain.

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StatementCompiled by J.F. Clarke and J.W. Leonard.
SeriesArchive teaching units : -- no.7
ContributionsLeonard, J. W.
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Pagination1 portfolio. :
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Open LibraryOL19279061M
ISBN 100900565276

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