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Bloody Sunday 1887 The Illustrated London News. Quoted in BIRCH, Lionel (ed.), The History of the TUC, 1868-1968 — A Pictorial Survey of a Social Revolution, Londres: TUC, 1968, 169 p. 156 Ko

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