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4 May 2016
The 1926 general strike - whose 90th anniversary we celebrate this month - was, alongside the movement of the Chartists in the 19th century, the most important event in the history of the British working class.
8 June 2006
OVER 30 people gathered in Ottakar's bookshop in Walthamstow to hear 'local author' and general secretary of the Socialist Party, Peter Taaffe, launch his new book - 1926 General Strike: Workers Taste Power...
4 May 2006
27 April 2006
13 April 2006
New Socialist Party book: This May sees the eightieth anniversary of the 1926 General Strike in Britain - the most important and earth-shattering moment in the history of the British working class...
4 May 2001
IT IS 75 years since the general strike, when four million out of the five and a half million organised workers struck for nine days in May 1926...
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