Page 11, 14th August 1936

14th August 1936
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—if There Were More

C are—c oroner Miner Blames Piecework Principle Will Nationalisation Solve The Problem ? " I believe that if there were more meticulous investigation and care aken with regard......

Mourning For Mine Victims

On Thursday the miners of Great Britain ceased work and stood silent for two minutes. It was a gesture of mourning for those who lost their lives in the Barnsley explosion. The......

Moscow's Intervention In Spain

"The Jesuit, Gil Robles" From Our Russian Correspondent " Men with gilt shoulder-straps, sons of landowners, military cadets, African slave-owners, a rabble of the Foreign......

Wales In Decay A Disquieting Survey

It is doubtless true that human problems cannot be adequately assessed in terms of figures: the wicked jargon of officialdom with its records of " hands " and " cases" has none......

Barnsley Pit Disaster No Catholics Amongst The Victims

Though a number of Catholic miners are employed at the Wharncliffe Woodmoor Colliery, at Carlton, near Barnsley, all escaped the terrible explosion which claimed 57 victims, "......