Depth study 5 Trade Unions #4

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The event that the workers chose to begin the Dublin General Strike on. It was on the 26 August 1913 and caused mass inconvenience.
Dublin Horse Show
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Derogatory term to describe the work that a worker completes when their fellow workers are striking
Scab Labour
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The number of Blacklegs who arrived from Manchester on 29 October 1913, to replace striking workers
fifty
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The event that occurred on 30-31 August 1913, where 2 workers were killed and 500 were injured by the police
Bloody Sunday
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Murphy's nickname given by the workers in response the brutal events of 30-31 August
William Murder Murphy
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The militia that were established by the workers in response to the brutal baton charge that took place 30-31 August
Citizens Army
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The name of the event that occurred on 2 September 1913. It was orchestrated by the employers in an attempt to break the solidarity of the workers
The Lockout
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The amount of money that the employers lost because of the lockout (in pounds)
three hundred thousand
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Card 2

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Derogatory term to describe the work that a worker completes when their fellow workers are striking

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Scab Labour

Card 3

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The number of Blacklegs who arrived from Manchester on 29 October 1913, to replace striking workers

Back

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Card 4

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The event that occurred on 30-31 August 1913, where 2 workers were killed and 500 were injured by the police

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Murphy's nickname given by the workers in response the brutal events of 30-31 August

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Preview of the front of card 5
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