photo-text constructions from the miners' strike 1984-5.
photo-text constructions from the miners' strike 1984-5. Published 1985 by Coppice in Accrington. Coal Strike, Great Britain, 1984-1985, Documentary photography, Photography, Documentary, Pictorial works.
Unfinished Business book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Unfinished Business: The Miners' Strike for Jobs 1984-5.
Miners' Gala and Demonstration Day held in Rotherham, signed by Arthur Scargill, Rodney Bickerstaffe and Jack Taylor, 15 Jun 1985 (Sheffield City Archives: X139) Unfinished Business: Photo-text constructions from the Miners' Strike 1984 - 85, Phil McHugh (Coppice, 1985).
Miners' Gala and Demonstration Day held in Rotherham, signed by Arthur Scargill, Rodney Bickerstaffe and Jack Taylor, 15 Jun 1985 (Sheffield City Archives: X139) Unfinished Business: Photo-text constructions from the Miners' Strike 1984 - 85, Phil McHugh (Coppice, 1985) (Sheffield Reference Library: 33. 92822 Q) Across Frontiers: International Support for the Miners' Strike 1984 - 1985 Jonathan Saunders (Canary, 1989) (Sheffield Reference Library: 33. 92822) The Miners' Strike, Geoffrey Goodman, (Pluto, 1985) (Sheffield Reference Library: 33. 92822) The Miners' Stri.
It was led by Arthur Scargill of the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) against the National Coal Board (NCB), a government agency. Opposition to the strike was led by the Conservative government of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who wanted to reduce the power of the trade unions.
The lessons of the 1984-5 miners' strike Workers' Liberty. This a welcome re-issue of a booklet published shortly after the miners’ strike by Socialist Organiser (a forerunner of Workers' Liberty). Alongside the original articles and illustrations there are updates and a new introduction. 18 June 2014 ·. Today is the 30th anniversary of the Battle of Orgreave. Solidarity with all those who felt the cold brutality of the state.
From striking miners to Palestinian refugees, this powerful retrospective .
From striking miners to Palestinian refugees, this powerful retrospective highlights Jenkinson’s talent for capturing the humanity at the heart of the action. Published: 27 Nov 2018. In book Sonic Youth Slept on My Floor, the DJ recalls how the Smiths changed British music, and his charming days spent with Morrissey. Published: 13 May 2018. The day Morrissey came to tea: an extract from Dave Haslam’s memoir.
In 1984 Martin Shakeshaft spent 12 months photographing the Miners' Strike in. .A new book of photographs has been published chronicling the 1984 miners' strike in Easington in County Durham
In 1984 Martin Shakeshaft spent 12 months photographing the Miners' Strike in the UK. The dispute started when the Conservative government, led by Margaret Thatcher, announced the closure of Cortonwood Colliery in Yorkshire. This was to be the first of 20 pit closures with the loss of 20,000 jobs. See key moments from the Miners Strike in South Yorkshire, for a year from March. Arthur Scargill declares NUM's strike action official, Sheffield, March 1984. A new book of photographs has been published chronicling the 1984 miners' strike in Easington in County Durham. Police line up outside Easington Colliery.
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What do I do if I fail to get into Oxbridge? Start-ups can benefit from moneyed tech enthusiasts as patrons. The Dominic Cummings guide to management. There is plenty of coal in Wales which the miners could produce if they were anxious to avoid this particular form of sufferin. t is the NUM’s refusal to supply that coal which will create any problems. If you have any other questions that might be answered by the documents, ask it below and I’ll try and get you the answer.
But I think she took the miners' strike too personally and it became a personal crusade. We have hate and resentment for what she did to the industry. Fryston pit was closed in 1985 - one of a dozen Yorkshire collieries to close that year - and has since been demolished. With such a strong mining tradition in Yorkshire, Mr Kitchen from the NUM said animosity to Mrs Thatcher would remain strong even after her death. Image caption A parade was held in Maltby at the weekend to mark the end of deep coal mining there.