Explore the social and political history of Brunswick (Victoria, Australia) in the tumultuous years of the 1930s Depression. Join local historian Iain McIntyre to explore the collective organising of workers, families and residents in Brunswick as they fight for their survival.
Audio recorded by Nicole Hurtubise, as part of the People's Tours of History project produced by Jane Curtis with 3CR Community Radio. http://peoplestour.net/
Start of the tour. Brunswick Town Hall: Brunswick Council, Unemployed Activism and Surviving the De…
Lydia Street: Proletarian Hall and Unemployed Organising in Brunswick.
Barkly Street : The Barkly Street Commune.
Gold Street : Eviction showdown, July 1930.
Charles Street : Anti-Eviction Protest, 1932.
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