2 edition of government and control of the British coal industry 1914-18 found in the catalog.
government and control of the British coal industry 1914-18
J. F. Martin
Written in English
Thesis(M.Phil.) - LoughboroughUniversity of Technology 1981.
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Coal Mining and the Great War, likes. EducationFollowers: Britain and Germany fell behind. Few could imagine that progress in the world was not dependent on coal. The book covers the developments of coal in the world wars, and it tells us of the beginnings of the use of petroleum products. It covers the problems caused by sulfur dioxide and the industry's efforts to reject regulations/4(83).
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Economic Development of the British Coal Industry book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This book provides a full acco 3/5(1). THE HISTORY OF THE BRITISH COAL INDUSTRY The Industrial Revolution Volume 2 by FLINN Michael W., STOKER David and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at : Hardcover.
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This chapter traces the development of state control in the coal industry, examining in particular the attitudes of the mineowners and the lUners' Federation control. State control of the coal industry is with Lloyd George's coalition government.
usually associated But it is. The government and control of the British coal industry This thesis examines the British coalmining industry, a subject which has in general already been extensively : J.F. Martin.
This book provides a full account of the economic development of the British coal industry from to the First World War. This study explains the economic determinants of the industry and by looking at the underlying economic relationships contributes to our understanding of the factors that motivated and determined the industry's by: The government and control of the British coal industry By J.F.
Martin. Download PDF (6 MB) Abstract. A Master's Thesis. Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of Master of Philosophy of Loughborough thesis examines the British coalmining industry, a subject which has in general already been Author: J.F. Martin.
Enter the password to open this PDF file: Cancel OK. File name:. The government took control of co-ordinating the supply of materials. It also set up its own munitions factories and took control of the coal industry in On the whole, it seems that most people accepted the restrictions that DORA brought in.
Martin, the author of The Government and the Control of the British Coal Industry, () pointed out: "The decline in the amount of coal extracted per man-shift and the reduction in the number of shifts worked per year were part of a common cause, namely the decline in the physical ability of the male workers in the industry.
To a large extent this was an inevitable legacy of the recruitment of. Buy The History of the British Coal Industry: Volume 4: The Political Economy of Decline: - The Political Economy of Decline Vol 4 1st Edition by Supple, Barry (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1).
His books include the History of the First World War; With Our Backs to the Wall: Victory and Defeat in ; and War, Peace, and Revolution. He is currently working on the British home front in (Source 10) J.
Martin, The Government and the Control of the British Coal Industry, () In at least two important respects the First World War constitutes an historical turning point for the British coalmining industry. The History of the British Coal Industry by Hatcher / Flinn / Church / Supple / Ashworth John / Michael W.
/ Roy / Barry / William and a great selection of related books, art. This is the first volume which completes the definitive five-volume History of the British Coal Industry. Well before Britain had become heavily dependent upon coal for its fuel, and coal mining had taken its place among the nation's staple industries.5/5.
The History of the British Coal Industry (5 vol, Oxford U.P., –87); pages of scholarly history John Hatcher: The History of the British Coal Industry: Volume 1: Before Towards the Age of Coal (). online; Michael W.
Flinn, and David Stoker. History of the British Coal Industry: Volume 2. The Industrial Revolution. Following World War One, the British coal industry was characterised by decentralisation and overcapacity (investigated by the Samuel Commission).
Recommendations of rationalisation from the Sankey Commission (), the Mining Industry Act and Coal Mines Act could not prevent poor industrial relations and strikes.
Control of the industry came under the Ministry of Fuel. The government then took over control of the coal industry from its owners in The effect was quickly felt as Welsh miners were moved to coalfields such as.
Britain and Germany fell behind. Few could imagine that progress in the world was not dependent on coal. The book covers the developments of coal in the world wars, and it tells us of the beginnings of the use of petroleum products.
It covers the problems caused by sulfur dioxide and the industry's efforts to reject regulations/5(63). The Rise of the British Coal Industry 1st Edition by J. Nef (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
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Format: Hardcover. This book is an interim report on how the human problems of the British coal industry are handled under nationalization--one of the classic experiments in governmental control of a great industry. The book makes clear why the future progress of the industry will depend on the solution of specific labor problems regardless of the system of ownership or which political party may control the.
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Published in response to this renewed interest, Handbook of Coal Analysis provides 4/5(5). The History Of The British Coal Industry, Volume 5: The Nationalized Industry by William Ashworth 1 Ratings published 1 editionAuthor: John Hatcher.Ranging fromwhen British coal mining was at the height of its achievement, throughwhen it had become an ominous symbol of 20th-century Britain's inability to adapt to technological and economic change, this fourth volume demonstrates the extent to which the industry's problems were deeply rooted in its social, political, and economic history.National Coal Board.
British Coal was formed on 12 July as the National Coal Board (NCB), which was responsible for the organisation and running of coal extraction. It was under the responsibility of the Minister of Fuel & Power, who presented the board's reports to Parliament.