‘The Question of Pratt’: A Syndicalist Conundrum

Author: Rosalind EybenThis is the abstract of an article published in Labour History Review (2020), 85, (1), 33–58. Find out more. This article takes a reflexive approach in a case study of the dubious career of a syndicalist trade unionist and journalist just before and during the First World War. E.L. Pratt was an elusive trickster and a convincing (self-) publicist, who between 1914 and 1918 … Continue reading ‘The Question of Pratt’: A Syndicalist Conundrum

Tom Millea on research into labour solidarity between Britain and Ireland in the Dublin lockout

As a result of the bursary awarded to me from the Society for the Study of Labour History, I was able to successfully conduct my research into the labour solidarity between Britain and Ireland during the Dublin Lockout of 1913. My research centred on the material on offer in the National Library of Ireland. For example, the William O’Brien Papers provided me with invaluable insight … Continue reading Tom Millea on research into labour solidarity between Britain and Ireland in the Dublin lockout