Sir Robert Horne's Work Harder Speech. 1919

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Item title reads: "Sir Robert Horne The Minister of Labour's Stirring Speech In London This Week" - The words of his speech are below starting "We must work harder than ever".


MS Horne speaking - copy of his speech superimposed beside picture of Horne.


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G 0590
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01:27:42:00 / 01:28:13:00
G 590
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