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The Irish Munitions Embargo of 1920 - How Railwaymen and Dockers Defied an Empire

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ISBN: 9781838111229
AuthorRigney, Peter
Pub Date01/05/2021
BindingPaperback
CountryIRL
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Publisher: Iarnród Éireann
Quick overview The Irish munitions strike is one of the most important, yet neglected episodes of Irish history and Peter Rigney's book has redressed the balance.
€6.00

Shows how ordinary railway workers and the wider trade union movement used civil resistence to bring the British war effort to a virtual standstill for much of 1920.

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Shows how ordinary railway workers and the wider trade union movement used civil resistence to bring the British war effort to a virtual standstill for much of 1920.

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