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This is episode 7 in a series of podcasts that seek to explain and put into a global context the June Race Riots in Wales of 1919, In 1919 Glasgow workers called a General Strike, brought transport and commerce to a halt. The police attacked them but were repulsed in George Square and the Government reacted by bringing in the army. The streets being filled by soldiers and tanks, strikers leaders being arrested until the strike was broken.

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