Wilson, Tom. Andrew Whitehead oral history interviews with political radicals

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  • Interviewees

    Wilson, Tom (speaker, male)

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    Whitehead, Andrew (speaker, male)

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    The police role in 'The Battle of Cable Street' of October 1936 ('it seemed to me we were getting it from both sides ... I can't remember any other occasion when I used my truncheon during my service') and similar disturbances, and incidentally his policing of the hunger marches and his presence in Berlin during the 1936 Olympics.

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    Interview with Tom Wilson, a police constable from 1932. In this interview Tom discusses policing during the 1936 Olympics

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