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The Triple Industrial Alliance, 1913–1922

  • Philip S. Bagwell

Abstract

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.

Keywords

Railway Company Alliance Partner Parliamentary Committee Labour History Transport Worker 
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Notes

  1. 38.
    Philip S. Bagwell, The Railwaymen (1963), p. 400.Google Scholar
  2. 42.
    G.D.H. Cole, Labour in the Coal Mining Industry (1923), pp. 122–40.Google Scholar
  3. 49.
    A. Bullock, The Life and Times of Ernest Bevin (1960), i, pp. 131–2.Google Scholar
  4. 61.
    G.D.H. Cole, ‘Black Friday and After’, Labour Monthly, i, No. 1 (July 1921).Google Scholar
  5. 72.
    J. Lawson, The Man in the Cap (1941), p. 148.Google Scholar
  6. 75.
    Triple Industrial Alliance, Report of Conference (23 April 1914), p. 31.Google Scholar
  7. 79.
    R. Williams, ‘Black Friday and After’, Labour Monthly, i, No. 2 (August 1921), p. 102.Google Scholar
  8. 81.
    R. Page Arnot, The Miners: Years of Struggle (1953), p. 373.Google Scholar
  9. 82.
    H.J. Fyrth and H. Collins, The Foundry Workers (1959), p. 179.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© P. S. Bagwell 1971

Authors and Affiliations

  • Philip S. Bagwell
    • 1
  1. 1.Polytechnic of Central LondonUK

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