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1916 Dublin Easter Uprising. On Easter Monday, April 24, 1916 Featured 00907 Print

1916 Dublin Easter Uprising. On Easter Monday, April 24, 1916

1916 Dublin Easter Uprising.
On Easter Monday, April 24, 1916, a small group of Irish nationalists proclaimed the establishment of the Irish Republic and, along with some 1,600 followers, staged a rebellion against the British government in Ireland seizing prominent buildings in Dublin and clashed with British troops. With vastly superior troop numbers and artillery, the British army quickly suppressed the rebellion in six days.
Our Picture Shows: British troops boarding an armoured train during the uprising. Circa 29th April 1916

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May 1926 General Strike. The strike began on 4th May 1926 Featured 00907 Print

May 1926 General Strike. The strike began on 4th May 1926

May 1926 General Strike.
The strike began on 4th May 1926 and was caused by the breakdown in negotiations in the coal industry dispute. It was called by the general council of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) in an unsuccessful attempt to force the British government to act to prevent wage reduction and worsening conditions for 1.2 million locked-out coal miners
It was to last 9 days, from 4 May 1926 to 13 May 1926. With large numbers of road transport, bus, rail, docks, printing, gas and electricity, building, iron, steel, chemicals and coal workers staying off work. The government was prepared and enlisted volunteers to maintain essential services with the help of the armed services. There was little violence and the TUC gave up in defeat. Our Picture Shows: Mr Ernest Bevan (walking towards camera) a member of the council of the T.u.C., seen here leaving No 10 Downing Street following talks with the government during the General Strike. 6th May 1926

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The London Easter Parade is sponsored by the London Tourist Board Featured 00907 Print

The London Easter Parade is sponsored by the London Tourist Board

The London Easter Parade is sponsored by the London Tourist Board and is taking place at Battersea Park. There were many bands and floats representing London, commerce, sports, cosmopolitan London etc. The show was opened by Alfie Howerd as a town crier. Dick Van Dyke is pictured on Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. 14th April 1968

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