Unity is strength

United Kingdom, 1945

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A history of the Amalgamated Engineering Union of Great Britain from its beginning over 175 years ago, its struggles, achievements and its purpose. States the principles and ultimate objectives of Trade Unionism, stressing the need for labour all over the world to stand together in its struggle for a better life. Commentary by Philip Robinson.

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