British Labour History Publications 2006

Adeeb, Yasmin; Boud, Fathi
December 2007
Labour History Review;Dec2007, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p239
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The article presents a list of writings published in 2006 about British Labour History including "Twentieth Century British History Advance Access published on December 13, 2006," by Ben Pimlott, "Our working lives - Interview," by Jacqueline Apperley, and "Socialist Champion: portrait of the gentleman as crusader," by John Barnes.


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