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This is the second in our series of podcast episodes examining and explaining the events and circumstances of the June 1919 Race Riots in Wales. This is a timeline of the events in the UK in 1919 that were precursors to a potential revolution. Striking soldiers, strikes, the creation of an independent Ireland, mutinies and white mobs attacking black and minority people across the UK.
The British Government were afraid of a Bolshevik uprising in 1919 in the UK and it very nearly happened.

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