The Tolpuddle Martyrs were a group of agricultural labourers who were tried and transported to Australia for the 'crime' of trying to form a union. Their story is key to the formation of modern trades unionism.

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Shop : Books : The Martyrs of Tolpuddle

1834 – 1934 first published 1934
Reprinted by the Trades Union Congress 1999

The book was commissioned by the TUC in 1934 with contributions from Walter Citrine, TUC General Secretary, Sir Stafford Cripps MP, Arthur Henderson MP and Labour Leader, GDH Cole, Prof Harold Laski, Sidney and Betrice Webb and a strange commentary from George Bernard Shaw.

The book contains cartoons by Low and Will Dryson, sketch maps, drawings and illustrations to tell the story of the Martyrs and the politics of the time.

This is the most comprehensive account of the Tolpuddle Martyrs.

239 pages packed with information. Hardback.

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SKU: SKU1

Our price: £27.50