Manchester Region History Review

Goodway, David
December 1990
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Winter90, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p53
Academic Journal
Comments on the article "Peterloo Massacre Special Issue," published in the 1989 issue of the journal "Manchester Region History Review." Citation of articles about the Peterloo massacre as well as its authors; Provision of a list of the total casualty of the massacre; Estimation of the number of attendees of the meeting.


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