Associated Iron and Steel Workers of Great Britain
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|Functions, occupations and activities:||Labour and Trade Union movement > Metal processing and manufacturing unions|
|Name authority reference:||GB/NNAF/C243137|
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1887-1916: minutes, memorandum and rates agreements
Warwick University: Modern Records Centre
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The Iron and Steel Trades Confederation was formed in 1917 from a merger of the British Steel Smelters, Mill, Iron, Tinplate and Kindred Trades Association, the Associated Iron and Steel Workers of Great Britain and the National Steel Workers' Association Engineering and Labour League.
Kew, Richmond, Surrey,
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