The llanelli riots of 1911 were a series of events precipitated by the national railway strike of 1911 mass picketing action at llanelli railway station was brutally suppressed by the police resulting in the deaths of two men shot dead by troops of the worcestershire regiment. A comprehensive account of the infamous llanelli railway strike riots of 1911 which is of significant importance in the history of both industrial relations and the working class movement in britain in the early part of the twentieth century illustrated in black and white and colour read more read less click to open popover. Click here for johns audio files concerning the riot see also remembrance of a riot the story of the llanelli railway strike riots of 1911 by john edwards 2 nd edition published by llanelli civic society lch0050. Click the link for the audio files narrated by john edwards railway riot broadcast for a full account of these riots see remembrance of a riot the story of the llanelli railway strike riots of 1911 by john edwards llanelli borough council 1988 safle pont yr undeb heol y frenhines fictoria. The llanelli riots took place on 19th august 1911 their immediate cause was the very first railway strike which lasted only two days the strike started on thursday evening and by saturday evening two young men had been shot dead by the military
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