Originally Posted by Worldspan
Interesting that the police were checking Communist cells during the general strike. I didn't know that the latter were so organised.
According to Paul Gannon, the Comintern didn't get it's wireless organised until the 1930s.
During the 1926 strike, the police chased down an illicit wireless station only to find that they'd caught the "Daily Mail" who had set up a secret transmitter in case the Post Office workers joined the strike . .