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1972 Miners Strike Study
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(Wales: Swansea University. South Wales Miners' Library),
Source: lisweb.swan.ac.uk
The study was created as an off-shoot of the SSRC project during the course of the 1972 miners' strike. The team set out to record the events as they were taking place, and what exists is an unique account of the feelings of the miners themselves during the strike, and also the aftermath.
(Wales: Swansea University. South Wales Miners' Library),
Source: lisweb.swan.ac.uk
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1984-85 Miners Strike Study
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(Wales: Swansea University. South Wales Miners' Library),
Source: lisweb.swan.ac.uk
The study concentrates on the 1984-85 miners strike, giving unique first-hand accounts of events during and following the strike. The study mainly concentrates on the views of the mining industry - leaders and miners - regarding the outcome of the strike.
(Wales: Swansea University. South Wales Miners' Library),
Source: lisweb.swan.ac.uk
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Andy Stevens Psychiatric Nursing Interviews
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(England: British Library. National Sound Archive),
Source: cadensa.bl.uk
Interviews recorded as part of a doctorate focusing on a psychiatric hospital, Essex Hall/Turner Village in Essex. Most interviewees are former employees, mainly nurses but also a psychiatrist, the oldest born in 1906.
(England: British Library. National Sound Archive),
Source: cadensa.bl.uk
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Big Hewer - Charles Parker Study
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(Wales: Swansea University. South Wales Miners' Library),
Source: lisweb.swan.ac.uk
This study was compiled for the South Wales Miners' Library during 1975-76 by Charles Parker, who held a Welsh Tinplate Labour Trust Junior Fellowship. The study focuses on recorded memoirs of the 1926 General Strike, and more specifically of a comparative study of the attitudes in South Wales during industrial ac...
(Wales: Swansea University. South Wales Miners' Library),
Source: lisweb.swan.ac.uk
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Brian Bunting Collection
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(University of the Western Cape. Robben Island Mayibuye Archives),
Source: mayibuyearchives.org
Collection of oral history interviews collected and/or conducted by Brian Bunting. Deposited at the Mayibuye Centre on 17 August 1992.
(University of the Western Cape. Robben Island Mayibuye Archives),
Source: mayibuyearchives.org
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Civil Service Oral History Project
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(Kings College, London. Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives),
Source: kingscollections.org
Typescript transcripts of interviews with high-ranking members of the Civil Service conducted by Dr. W. Scott Lucas of the University of Birmingham and Professor Anthony Gorst of the University of Westminster for an Institute of Contemporary British History oral history archive project, 1989. The purpose of the pr...
(Kings College, London. Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives),
Source: kingscollections.org
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Epping Forest District Museum Oral History Collection
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(England: Epping Forest District Museum),
Source: www.visiteppingforest.org
The Heritage Lottery Fund is funding the Museum's first Oral History project. 'Changing Perceptions' aims to collect first hand accounts of the dynamic changes that have taken place in the working and domestic lives of people in the District during the Twentieth Century. The collection will consist of 300 intervie...
(England: Epping Forest District Museum),
Source: www.visiteppingforest.org
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Exmoor Oral History Archive Collection
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(England: Somerset Record Office. Somerset Archive and Record Service),
Source: www1.somerset.gov.uk
On behalf of the Dulverton and District Civic Society, Birdie Johnson has travelled throughout Exmoor with her recorder, listening to people's life stories. Whatever their profession, whether blacksmith, chambermaid, farm worker or landed gentry, Exmoor's older generation shared their lives with us. The result is...
(England: Somerset Record Office. Somerset Archive and Record Service),
Source: www1.somerset.gov.uk
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Falklands Conflict
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(England: Imperial War Museum),
Source: www.iwm.org.uk
Twenty years ago on the 2nd April 1982 Argentine Forces invaded the Falkland Islands. The British Government responded immediately by organising Operation Corporate, dispatching advanced elements of a Task Force southwards to recover the islands. South Georgia was recaptured without casualties in late April as the...
(England: Imperial War Museum),
Source: www.iwm.org.uk
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Falklands War Roundtable
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(Virginia: University of Virginia),
Source: millercenter.org
Conducted by the Miller Center's Presidential Oral History Program in conjunction with the Institute of Contemporary British History, the Falklands War Roundtable captures the recollections of key participants from the Reagan administration who were involved in the Falklands crisis.
(Virginia: University of Virginia),
Source: millercenter.org
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