The Triple Industrial Alliance, 1913–1922
The period between the Boer War and the First World War in Great Britain was one of increasing industrial concentration, rising prices, a falling standard of living for a majority of the wage earners and an intensification of class conflict.
KeywordsRailway Company Alliance Partner Parliamentary Committee Labour History Transport Worker
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