Women, War, Rent Strikes, Revolution
You will visit sites where many strands of radical activism came together to challenge the vicissitudes of war, led by outstanding women such as Mary Barbour and Helen Crawford.
At ' the Happy Land down in Duke Street Jail', you will see where suffragettes and anti-war protesters were imprisoned. Moving on through George Square, site of the 1919 mass strike protest, you'll go to the scene of the great rent strike victory of 1915.
Also visited are the sites of the suppressed socialist newspaper 'Forward' and the memorial to Spanish Civil War heroine La Pasionaria. You'll also see sites of relevance to the Russian Revolution and its impact on Glasgow.
Sat 21st, 11am; 120 mins
Meeting point: Corner of Duke Street and John Knox Street.
Booking essential - opens 1st September at 10am
Accessibility: Not accessible.