¡No Pasarán! - A Tribute to James Alwyn

 

James Alwyn was one of several volunteers from Bolton that traveled to Spain to take up the fight for democracy against fascism. 

 

This short film shows how the people of Bolton honour the memory of James, and the many others like him.

 

To find out more about the British and Irish volunteers, visit 

www.international-brigades.org.uk

 

 

¡No Pasarán! - A Tribute to James Alwyn. from RoughJersey on Vimeo.

 

 

Union Banners

A gallery of Union banners

Bibliography

 

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THIS IS A WORKING DOCUMENT AND WIILL BE FURTHER DEVELOPED. CONTRIBUTIONS WELCOME.

 

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.

MRC Papers During And After General Strike

 

The notes below are simply notes, not full transcripts, but do give some insight into events across Britain and Ireland during and immediately after the 1926 strike. They are intended to provide leads that might be followed up locally.

 

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