Al Johnson website: www.
And in Salford:
Invisible Histories talks
"The First World War brought with it many trials for the working men and women of Great Britain: from food prices to rent increases, disability and bereavement, the war exacerbated existing difficulties and created fresh challenges. Nonetheless the labour movement, under the auspices of the Workers' National Committee, came together to try and protect the position of the working class, and fought to ensure that the country which emerged in 1918 was different from that of 1914. This talk will reveal how the Left put sectionalism aside and was able, against the odds, to win important victories for the workers of Britain."
4 July Invisible Histories digitisation project - Seeing the hidden, hearing the unheard
Full details at www.wcml.org.uk/events.