by Univ.Nottingham,Dept.of Adult Education. .
Written in English
Professional and scholarly.
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Revealed: The lost language of Nottinghamshire’s miners. With the decline of mining as an industry, the language is also in danger of becoming : Sarah Bryan. Griffin, A, The Miners of Nottinghamshire – A History of the Nottinghamshire Miners' Unions (George Allen and Unwin, Hemel Hempstead, Herts) Google Scholar Griffin, C, , “Nottinghamshire miners between the Wars: The Spencer Union revisited” OP4, Centre for Local History, Department of Adult Education, University of Cited by: This item: The /85 Miners Strike in Nottinghamshire: 'If Spirit Alone Won Battles': The Diary of John Lowe by Jonathan Symcox Paperback £ Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). Sent from and sold by Amazon. The miners' strike by Sean Matgamna Paperback £/5(29). A Pictorial History of the Nottinghamshire Coalfield to Commemorate the Centenary of the Nottinghamshire Miners' Association, Ashbourne, Moorland, ill. C. P. Nottinghamshire Miners Between the Wars: The Spencer Union Revisited Simultaneously published as a Coronet book by Hodder and Stoughton. 'UDI for.
However, along with 73% of their fellow Nottinghamshire miners, most did not strike during the strike. “I stood side by side with the miners who were on strike,” says Mitchell, who did Author: Frances Perraudin. John Lowe was at the forefront of the fight for jobs during the twelve months of the miners' strike from as the elected chairman of Clipstone Colliery's strike committee in Price: £ Griffin believed that the majority of Nottinghamshire miners were not, and never had been the 'jellybabies of Spencerite mythology'. 17 There were distinct differences between the and disputes. Gilbert identified some of the variances: 14 Colin n, Nottinghamshire Miners between the Wars: TheSpencer Union revisited,File Size: 26MB. Forerunners. In , a group of employers in Nottingham established a local Chamber of inspired trade unionists in the city, including William H. Leatherland, to form the Nottingham Association of Organised aimed to settle disputes through negotiations, rather than industrial action, and more generally to unite trade unionists and encourage local trade unions to .
Taken from the introduction: One of the main aims of this study is to give a clear and coherent view of the main events, and to examine the role played by the Nottinghamshire miners in the strike of It will also critically analyse some of the more negative and inexact accounts of their role which have painted them as the anti-heroes in the strike. If time is a river, then Nottinghamshire’s tiny band of miners’ strike veterans – fewer than 2, from a 32,strong workforce in – have been patiently waiting for thirty years. On 3 January , Cabinet Office documents pertaining to the strike were released to the National Archive. Nottinghamshire was a relatively new coalfield compared to the other mining areas in Britain, and most of the larger mines were opened and developed after Read More Related Articles. The /85 Miners Strike in Nottinghamshire' is published by Pen and Sword Books Ltd. To order a copy with 20% off visit or .