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Racialism, Fascism and the Trade Unions (1974)
Transport & General Workers Union Pamphlet
This pamphlet detailed the National Front's racist and fascist doctrine and presented an appeal to workers and trade unionists alike to reject the propaganda and rhetoric espoused by the group.
Arise! Dublin Lockout 1913
The Irish Region publication to mark the centenary of the 1913 Dublin Lockout in 2013.
Salute to Jack Jones
Celebrate the Two Million
To Meet Moss Evans
A copy of the Transport & General Workers Union souvenir of Special Festival at The Royal Albert Hall 20th Febuary 1978.
Unite’s legacy unions in Ireland and the Spanish Civil War
“When the vile creed of fascism is again raising its ugly head it is vital for the young people of today to
learn the lesson taught in Spain – the great lesson of unity. We need that unity more than ever today
when fascism is on the rise all over the world, even in Germany. We must again say “Never!” to racism
and fascism. No Pasaran! Salud!”
Uniting Worker's Memories
Experience and Legacy of WWI
As trade unionists, workers and citizens, our present has been shaped by our past. That is why, during recent years, Unite has published pamphlets marking the 1907 Belfast Strike and the 1913 Dublin Lockout – events which helped pave the way for the rights we enjoy today, as well as reminding us of the rights we still have to fight for.
Sherbet Dab by Digital:works
An Oral History of the London Cabbie
These are the stories of London and Londoners, new and old. Some take us back to 1950s London when many of the drivers were Jewish. These were the days of the closed shop, pea-souper fogs, driving heavy, cold cabs on empty streets.
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