War and the General Strike, 1914–26

  • Henry Pelling


THE outbreak of the First World War not only took the trade-union movement by surprise: it also presented it with a whole range of problems for which there was no precedent — for the country had not been engaged in major hostilities since trade unionism had ceased to be illegal.


Labour Movement Labour Government Labour Party Union Official Trade Practice 
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© Henry Pelling 1976

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  • Henry Pelling

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