Britain in Pictures: British Trade Unions

Britain in Pictures: British Trade Unions is a hardback with a dust jacket. There is a one centimetre loss to the lower dust jacket spine and one closed tear. Book in very good condition.



Sir Walter Citrine


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Britain in Pictures: British Trade Unions Synopsis

Part of the Britain in Pictures series, published mostly during the second world war. The series was edited by the then literary editor of the Spectator, Walter James Turner. The aim was to tell a social history of Britain.

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About Sir Walter Citrine

Walter Citrine, 1st Baron Citrine (22 August 1887 – 22 January 1983) was one of the leading British and international trade unionists of the twentieth century and a notable public figure.

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