The Peterloo massacre
Two hundred years on from an infamous attack on unarmed protesters, known as the ‘Peterloo massacre’ (in Manchester on 16 August 1819), Kathy Sharp will give a talk on that event, its causes and effects, and the early years of the struggle for the working-class franchise in Britain.
A presentation to the Stalin Society, followed by discussion.
Sunday 21 July 2019
2pm – 5pm
Red Lion Square Meeting Hall
Tresham House, Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RE
[2 minute walk from Holborn Tube Station]
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Upcoming meetings ::
NO MEETING in August
Sunday 15 Sep: The ‘Hitler-Stalin’ pact – Harpal Brar
Sunday 20 Oct: The prison system – a comparison between the Soviet Union and Britain – Ed Renyard
Sunday 17 Nov: 30 years since the fall of the Berlin wall
Sunday 15 Dec: The Doctor’s Plot – Paul Cannon