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by Ian MacDougall

Author: Ian MacDougall
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press (April 1, 2014)
Pages: 219 pages
Category: History
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Marches Vol 1: Personal recollections by Scottish Hunger Marchers of the 1920s and 1930s. Book Binding:Paperback. We appreciate the impact a good book can have.

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Voices from the hunger marches : personal recollections by Scottish hunger marchers of the 1920s and 1930s. Essays in Scottish Labour History. Stuart Macintyre, Ian Macdougall.

Author: Ian MacDougall. Publisher: Edinburgh : Polygon. Series: Living memory. Unemployment - Scotland - History - Sources. Demonstrations - Scotland - History - Sources. Working class - Scotland - Biography.

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Oh Ye Had to Be Careful: Personal Recollections by Roslin Gunpowder Mill Factory Workers by. Ian MacDougall.

1991 - Ian MacDougall, Voices from the Hunger Marches: Personal Reflections by Scottish Hunger Marchers of the 1920s and 1930s, Polygon (1991), →ISBN, page 156: Phil, he was a brilliant wee thingmy, but they were.

1991 - Ian MacDougall, Voices from the Hunger Marches: Personal Reflections by Scottish Hunger Marchers of the 1920s and 1930s, Polygon (1991), →ISBN, page 156: Phil, he was a brilliant wee thingmy, but they were in the rooms, ye se. they came right round the crown but the girls' wis the hood shape, you know the bonnet shape wi the thingmy, you know, an the veil; 2000 - Susie Maguire, The Short Hello, Polygon (2000), →ISBN: It was a huge, massive great place, with loads of people dragging lights around, and tiers of seating, and a big blonde woman wearing earmuff thingmies

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Hunger marches are a form of social protest that arose in the United Kingdom during the early 20th century. Often the marches involved groups of men and women walking from areas with high unemployment, to London where they would protest outside parliament. Sometimes they would march instead to the offices of regional authorities in cities closer to home.