National Transport Workers' Federation... National Transport Workers' Federation, 1911-1927
Reports of General and National Council meetings, 1911-1927; rules, 1918-1924; agreements, 1912-1922; notes of proceedings of the Court of Inquiry into the Wages of Tramway Employees, 1921.
The National Transport Workers' Federation was founded in 1910 to bring together all unions with members in docks, road haulage and passenger transport, to discuss problems and co-ordinate action. It was largely superseded by the Transport and General Workers' Union in 1922, but continued to exist for some years, although the T&G withdrew from membership in 1923.
Prior written permission to see unpublished material must be obtained from Siobhan Endean, Acting Director of Education, Unite, Transport House, 128 Theobald's Road, Holborn, London WC1X 8TN, or by email via her personal assistant Joan Francis (Joan.Francis@unitetheunion.org). Publications may be consulted without permission.
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