General Strike (1926)
Found in 86 Collections and/or Records:
Official: Cabinet: British Gazette: various papers., 03 May 1926 - 05 Jun 1926
Official: Cabinet: General Strike., 01 May 1926 - 17 Jun 1926
Official: Cabinet: Legislation Committee (Trade Union Bill): papers 9 - 17., 25 May 1926 - 26 Jul 1926
Official: Cabinet: papers 170 - 200., 17 May 1922 - 15 May 1926
Official: Cabinet: papers 235 - 259., 13 Jul 1924 - 07 Jul 1926
Official: Cabinet: papers 260 - 279., 26 Jun 1924 - 22 Jul 1926
Official: Cabinet: papers 301 - 314., 02 Feb 1926 - 13 Aug 1926
Official: Cabinet: Scotland Yard reports on revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom: 340 - 350., 15 Apr 1926 - 12 Aug 1926
Typescript reports on Communist organisations, including: the Independent Labour Party; the National Minority Movement; Communist propaganda in the Armed Forces; the Young Communist League; the Communists and the General Strike; May Day demonstrations; Anglo-Soviet Trade Union unity.
Official: Cabinet: Supply and Transport Committee: conclusions 11 - 34., 29 Apr 1926 - 27 Jul 1927
Subjects include: the support of civil power during the General Strike; emergency mobilisation; the emergency electricity and food supply; special constables; emergency fuel supplies; dock arrangements; picketing; volunteer labour; coal imports; a review of Emergency Organisation after the General Strike.
Official: Cabinet: Supply and Transport Committee: papers 22 - 28., 16 May 1926 - 27 May 1929
Official: Treasury, 1924 - 1929
Official: Treasury: correspondence., 11 Jan 1926 - 16 Jul 1926
Official: Treasury: correspondence., 19 Jun 1926 - 31 Dec 1926
Official: Treasury: correspondence., 23 Jan 1929 - 03 Jun 1929
Official: Treasury: minutes and papers on the Trade Disputes Bill and the Civil Service., 11 Feb 1927 - 31 Mar 1927
Correspondents include: Donald Fergusson [Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer]; Sir Russell Scott [Controller, Treasury]; James Grigg [Principal Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer].Also includes cutting from the Daily Telegraph.Subjects covered by the file include: civil servants joining the General Strike and being affiliated to the TUC; proposed legislation on the affiliation of civil service associations to outside industrial and political bodies.
Official: Treasury: WSC's minutes., 02 Jan 1926 - 14 Dec 1926
Portfolio of newspapers from the General Strike, 1926-05
Includes the Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail, Daily Express, Daily Mirror and Sunday Pictorial, with a copy of King George V's message to the nation, issued after the end of the strike.
Public and Political: General: The British Gazette: souvenirs., 05 May 1926 - 13 May 1926
Includes a souvenir volume of the British Gazette published during the General Strike and a photograph of a luncheon of those involved in publishing the newspaper.
Public and political: newspapers relating to the General Strike., May 1926
"Report of the Coal Commission", 22 Jun 1926
Memorandum by the Secretary for Mines, George Lane Fox, [later 1st Lord Bingley] setting out the recommendations of the Commission which involve action by the government on using and usage of coal; industrial research; legislation and structure of the industry; distribution and sale of coal; transport of coal; wages, housing, welfare and hours for miners. Typescript marked "secret".
"Russian Money", 11 Jun 1926
Memorandum by the Home Secretary, Sir William Joynson-Hicks [later 1st Lord Brentford], on the influx of Soviet money and State companies into London. Subjects covered include: possible expulsion of the Russian embassy and state institutions because of actions during the General Strike and prevention of influx of money from the Soviet Union; political and financial connections between the Communist Party and Trade Unions in Great Britain. Typescript with pencil annotations.