A rare piece of information on the ‘Workers Soviet Creameries’ of Munster – occupations of the Cleeve Brothers creameries in 1922 – comes in the form of a letter from Thomas O’Dwyer, general manager on behalf of the Council of Action, appealing for markets for butter produced by the soviets in order to pay wages. The letter appeared on p. 12 (the back page) of ‘The Communist’, paper of the Communist Party of Great Britain, on 27 May 1922.
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