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The aftermath of the First World War
How did the British economy fare after the First World War?
Was Britain in a state of "class warfare" between 1918 and 1926?
The Coal Problem
Why was the coal industry in crisis by the early 1920s?
How did the coal problem escalate into a national crisis?
The "nine days" 3rd-12th May 1926
How did the workers respond to the General Strike?
How did the government respond to the General Strike?
The Conclusion and Consequences of the General Strike?
How did the General Strike come to an end?
Did the TUC "betray" the working classes?
Everyday experiences of the General Strike
How have new historical approaches changed the way we look at the General Strike?
How did the strike affect community dynamics in Britain?
Five Facts about the General Strike
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