A baton charge at Bristol when 3000 unemployed were involved in a clash with the police, who tried to prevent them
A baton charge at Bristol when 3000 unemployed were involved in a clash with the police, who tried to prevent them marching through the city. More than thirty demonstrators were hurt and a number of policemen received lacerations of the face. Several women were injured from flying stones, coke and bricks.24th February 1932.
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|Keywords||Social History,Demonstrations ,Unemployment,Depression,1930s,Protest,Riots,Violent,Mob,Fighting,Arrests,Police,People,Angry|
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