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A History of one of Britain's Earliest Syndicalist Unions

38 Strikes Fought, 38 Strikes Won!

by Wilf McCartney

The life and struggles of an agitator and the fight to free the catering slaves of the West End of London (1910-1914)

Wilf McCartney (1877-1949) was a cateringworker from the age of ten.  Here he gives a vivid description of the conditions in the kitchens of London's West End restaurants (some of which haven't altered much) and the way a revolutionary syndicalist union was built in 1910, to be smashed by the 1914-1918 war.

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A History of one of Britain's Earliest Syndicalist Unions

38 Strikes Fought, 38 Strikes Won!

by Wilf McCartney

The life and struggles of an agitator and the fight to free the catering slaves of the West End of London (1910-1914)

Wilf McCartney (1877-1949) was a cateringworker from the age of ten.  Here he gives a vivid description of the conditions in the kitchens of London's West End restaurants (some of which haven't altered much) and the way a revolutionary syndicalist union was built in 1910, to be smashed by the 1914-1918 war.

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