Emanuel Shinwell appeals to people to avoid wasting coal.
Miners working at Bestwood coal mine, Nottingham.
Unemployed and working life in 1930s Britain
Shots of the coal mine in Ashton-in-Makerfield where 25 have died underground.
Great trailer film to encourage men to take up jobs in the coal mines after nationalisation.
Emanuel Shinwell makes speech about Nationalisation of Coal Industry.
Sir Charles Reid resigns from National Coal Board.
Miners in Wales discuss the possible introduction of foreign labour into the pits.
Outcrop coal is mined near Leeds and then the ground is used for planting crops. Yorkshire.
Mines are handed over to National Coal Board.
Minister for fuel and power, Emanuel Shinwell, makes his case for Nationalisation of the mines.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth visit mining area of Yorkshire.
Explosions at the face of experimental coal mine shaft.
Bevin boys are drafted into the coal mines to provide fuel for transport of supplies.
Great film to encourage men to take up jobs in the newly nationalised coal mines.
Coal shortages following nationalisation create problems for other industries.
A look at life for 2 young men conscripted as coal miners, Albert Swaisland and Richard Kent.
The coal mines are taken into the people's ownership and men learn to care for trees.
The Ilkeston Mines Rescue Squad in training and on a practice exercise.