Indian Communists and Trade Unionists on Trial: The Meerut Conspiracy, 1929-1933

Miscellaneous books and pamphlets relating to the trial

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The material here offers analytical and autobiographical accounts of some of the chief accused in the Meerut trial, namely Philip Spratt and Lester Hutchinson. There are also a plethora of pamphlets and other material in support of the prisoners from following arrest in 1929 to conviction in 1933. Drawn from both the Labour History Archive & Study Centre and Working Class Movement Library, these documents provide a comprehensive window into how those of the British Left reacted to the protracted trial.

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Philip Spratt, <i>Blowing Up India</i> (1955)

  • Contributor: Labour History Archive & Study Centre
  • Reference: 72696d-01
  • Keyword:  indian british colonial politics unions
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Lester Hutchinson, <i>Conspiracy At Meerut</i> (1935)

  • Contributor: Working Class Movement Library
  • Reference: 72696d-02
  • Keyword:  indian british colonial politics unions
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Miscellaneous pamphlets and other material

  • Contributor: Working Class Movement Library
  • Reference: 72696d-03
  • Keyword:  indian british colonial politics unions
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