The history of the Trades Union Congress. These three chapters were commissioned for the TUC's centenary in 1968:
The TUC archives are held at the Modern Records Centre at the University of Warwick Library. The archive contains files from c1920 - 1990 comprising of correspondence, internal and external documents, minutes, reports, printed material and press statements.
The most recent documents available on this subject are:TUC pays tribute to Len Murray
Lord Murray of Epping Forest, the former TUC General Secretary has died at the age of 82. He led the TUC through the turbulent years from 1973 to 1984.
A reception is being held at Congress House to mark the completion of a project which has seen much of the TUC's archive of labour history go online.
TUC Library Collections is launching the second major phase of its unionhistory.info website today (Monday) - the full original manuscript of the novel The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists by Robert Tressell.
A new website The Union Makes Us Strong: TUC History Online, will provide a showcase for the historic and unique archive held in the TUC Library Collections
The University of North London has been awarded a £175,000 grant from the New Opportunities Fund to create an online library of resources, which illustrate the history of working people and the Trade Union movement.
This is the third part of a history produced for the TUC's centenary in 1968. This section looks at the TUC between the end of the general strike and the start of the second world war.
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