|Statement||written by members and supporters of Oxford Miners" Support Group ; edited by Alan Thornett.|
|Contributions||Thornett, Alan, 1937-, Oxford Miners" Support Group., Oxford and District Trades Union Council.|
Buy The Miners' Strike in Oxford First Edition. by Thornett, Alan (Ed) (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Alan (Ed) Thornett. The Oxford book has a five page chapter with pictures called “The International Dimension” written by Jon Saunders, who was based in Oxford at the time of the strike, particularly about the links developed between Oxford Miners Support Group through the ‘town twinning link’ with the German city of Bonn – then the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany and seat of the . *Professor of Law. University of Lancaster. I should like to thank the many people from whom I have obtained materials and ideas about the policing of the strike. but particularly lan Cram for his assistance in locating and correlating information. and my colleagues on the Independent Inquiry into the civil liberties implications of the policing of Cited by: 4. Even veteran Mirror journalist Geoffrey Goodman, whose book The Miners' Strike is dedicated to British miners, argued that the refusal of the leadership to hold a strike .
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