An invaluable new online resource, 'The Union Makes us Strong' tells the story of the labour movement over the last 200 years and includes replicas of original source documents. www.unionhistory.info/
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.
This first modern history of the TUC by the Financial Times’ Employment Editor highlights the key trade union leaders since the 1926 General Strike and explains how the oldest national institution representing organized workers anywhere in the world became a highly effective and influential body in war and peace. “Substantial, authoritative, lucid and well-written … a brilliant piece of scholarship.” Geoffrey Goodman.