Engineers at War 1939-1945, by Richard Croucher

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Engineers at War 1939-1945, by Richard Croucher

Engineers at War 1939-1945, by Richard Croucher

Published by Merlin Press, 400 pages. Paperback (N2866)

Brand New Book

This book draws on contemporary sources and rank and file papers to document industrial relations during the Second World War, when skilled workers were at war not just with Hitler, but their own bosses.....

The book offers a fascinating close-up view of wartime struggles over wages, conditions, the fight for unionisation, problems associated with the joint production communities and the part played by the Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB). The book offers an important contribution to the history of Britain's Labour movement, and is a must read for anyone interested in the subject.

Please note that although this book is new, it has been stored under a pile of books on the shelf and so does have some very slight bubbling throughout

Condition New