Jack's Loudhailer : News Photo

Jack's Loudhailer

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John Minihan / Stringer
10th October 1967: Jack Dash, Communist and unofficial dockers' leader, addressing a crowd through a loudhailer. (Photo by John Minihan/Evening Standard/Getty Images)
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10th October 1967: Jack Dash, Communist and unofficial dockers' leader, addressing a crowd through a loudhailer. (Photo by John Minihan/Evening Standard/Getty Images)
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Date created:
October 10, 1967
Editorial #:
3361300
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Collection:
Hulton Archive
Max file size:
3,296 x 2,628 px (116.28 x 92.71 cm) - 72 dpi - 1.41 MB
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Source:
Hulton Archive
Barcode:
HP6127
Object name:
97k/13/huty/6744/36

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Jack Dash Communist and unofficial dockers' leader addressing a crowd... News Photo 33613001960-1969,Black And White,British,British Culture,Character,Communism,Crisis,Crowd,England,Horizontal,Human Interest,Labor,Leader,Males,Megaphone,Occupation,People,Recruitment,Single,Strike - Industrial Action,Trade Union,UKPhotographer Collection: Hulton Archive 10th October 1967: Jack Dash, Communist and unofficial dockers' leader, addressing a crowd through a loudhailer. (Photo by John Minihan/Evening Standard/Getty Images)