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Author: David A. Pretty
ISBN: 0708310249
Language: English
Pages: 291 pages
Category: Business & Finance
Publisher: University of Wales Press (June 8, 1989)
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Unions in Wales, 1889-1950, David A. Pretty is published by University of Wales Press. Distributed for University of Wales Press.

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Rural Revolt That Failed book. Published June 8th 1989 by University of Wales Press. Rural Revolt That Failed: Farm Workers' Trade Unions in Wales, 1889-1950. 0708310249 (ISBN13: 9780708310243).

L (1919) Wales: Its Part in the War (London: Hodder & Stoughton. D A (1989) The Rural Revolt that Failed: Farm Workers’ Trade Unions in Wales 1889-1950 (Cardiff: University of Wales). M S (October 1918) ‘The Women of Wales and Agriculture’, The Journal of the Board of Agriculture, XXV, 7, p 81. oogle Scholar. D (August 1916) ‘Women in the Root Fields in Cardiganshire’, Journal of the Board of Agriculture, XXIII, 5, p 46. C (1990) Women on the Land: Their Story During Two World Wars (Cambridge: Lutterworth Press)

Pretty David A. Cardiff: University of Wales Press; distributed by Books International . The North Wales Quarrymen.

The Rural Revolt that Failed: Farm Workers' Trade Unions in Wales, 1889–1950. Cardiff: University of Wales Press. Cardiff: University of Wales Press; distributed by Books International, Herndon, Va. 1991. Cardiff: University of Wales Press; distributed by Humanities Press, Inc. Atlantic Highlands, .

David A. Pretty, The Rural Revolt that Failed: Farm Workers’ TradeUnions in Wales, 1889-1950 (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1989) for Victorian Studies (Summer, 1991).

Weithwyr Cymru, Cenwch eich hunain i ryddid ('Workers of Wales - Sing Yourselves to Freedom' .

Weithwyr Cymru, Cenwch eich hunain i ryddid ('Workers of Wales - Sing Yourselves to Freedom') (Aberystwyth, 1938). 2013) 'T. E. Nicholas Llygad y Drws (1940), Canu’r Carchar (1942) and Prison Sonnets (1948)'.

Since 1824 workers had been allowed to join together in unions. In 1834, there was an event of great importance in trade union history. In 1839 fourteen men were killed by soldiers in a riot in Newport, Wales, and many others sent to one of Britain's colonies as prisoners. Most of these unions were small and weak. Six farmworkers in the Dorset village of Tolpuddle joined together, promising to be loyal to their "union". Their employer managed to find a law by which they could be punished. The government's severe actions showed how much it feared that the poor might take power, and establish a republic.

The University of Wales (Welsh: Prifysgol Cymru) was a confederal university based in Cardiff, Wales, UK. Founded by Royal Charter in 1893 as a federal university with three constituent colleges – Aberystwyth, Bangor and Cardiff – the university was. Founded by Royal Charter in 1893 as a federal university with three constituent colleges – Aberystwyth, Bangor and Cardiff – the university was the first and oldest university in Wales, one of the four countries in the United Kingdom. The university was the second largest university in the UK.

I should have thought that Wales was a wet part of the world': Drought, Rural Communities and Public Health, 1870-1914. Авторы: Waddington, Keir.

People: PRETTY, David A. PDF-полный текст. I should have thought that Wales was a wet part of the world': Drought, Rural Communities and Public Health, 1870-1914. Источник: Social History of Medicine; Aug2017, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p590-611, 22p.

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