2 edition of Battle of orgreave found in the catalog.
Produced to accompany a partial re-enactment and event on 17 June 2001.
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|Pagination||xvi, 123 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
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I don't think that Scargill believes that even today. Against the backdrop of the two days earlier, it was announced that over 4,000 police officers would be deployed. On Friday 15 June, an underground worker from named Joe Green was killed whilst picketing.
While current and former cabinet ministers struck a conciliatory tone in their speeches, some in the Labour Party attacked Thatcher's legacy. The trials collapsed when the evidence given by the police was deemed "unreliable".
Such an exercise cannot possibly need to. The fact is that it was a set-up and it worked brilliantly. How is this archive different from one that a historian might have curated and presented? Atthe central church of theat the eastern end of the Strand the coffin was transferred to a drawn by the ;• About the work: The Battle of Orgreave Archive An Injury to One is an Injury to All Jeremy Deller, 2001 Medium: Wall painting, paint on fibreboard, vinyl text, map, books, jacket, shield, printed papers, 2 videos and audio.
The SYP were determined not to see a repeat of 1972's Battle of Saltley Gate — where 30,000 pickets had overwhelmed 800 battle of orgreave officers — and deployed around 6,000 officers from eighteen different forces at Orgreave, equipped with riot gear and supported by police dogs and 42 mounted police officers. 32 whole years, and still no full accountability.
And just as the Hillsborough, Shrewsbury, and Daniel Morgan campaigns have shown, the struggle for accountability may be ongoing. "The Attack on the Miners Was a Turning Point".
He explains every detail about the buildup in the police force days before the encounter.
The picket was beaten unconscious and the policeman's baton broke in half.
These are displayed in one room, with the film of the re-enactment by Mike Figgis in the other room, which includes interviews with those involved.
The was flown at half-mast at , , and other palaces, and flowers were laid outside her home.
, the deputy leader of the NUM, was particularly concerned about the picketing of the in Scotland, which he had campaigned to keep open, and negotiated agreements to maintain supplies of coal to the plant.