The battle of Stockton, 1933

These days, Sunday afternoons in Stockton are relatively quiet. In the High Street few shops are open, and with the loss of the Cinema, the only signs of life are to be found in those pubs that are still open.

But this was not the case some 58 years ago when Stockton, for a few hours, suddenly found itself playing…

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2 thoughts on “The battle of Stockton, 1933

  1. This event has undoubtedly been overshadowed by many others in more ‘high-profile’ locations, as I had never heard of it. Well done to those workers in the north-east for refusing to allow fascists to spread their hate.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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