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. @mikemantin - Workmen's Compensation Act 1897 intro'd general right of compensation, but often hard to claim @DisIndSoc @GlamArchives
. @mikemantin - Employers' Liability Act 1880 first state legislation workers' welfare, but earlier voluntary aid @DisIndSoc @GlamArchives
. @mikemantin - disability is everywhere but hidden from history, @DisIndSoc project working to rectify this http://t.co/dJkoR4uuWP
Our Magna Carta & Parliament exhib looks very fine here @GlamArchives http://t.co/pgBuXg3vfS
Today we are @GlamArchives for @mikemantin talk on welfare for disabled people in British coalfields http://t.co/gOlZ4GJFAh
Members of Merthyr historical community sharing their recollections of SO Davies @GlamArchives http://t.co/nKvb5njGp1
The second part of this event is a screening of a compilation of TV footage about Davies from itv archives http://t.co/7P7aSrNKJC
.@DrLeeworthy giving us an overview of Davies' life and career - project research done for @UKParlArchives http://t.co/9gkcQEil4b
Here at @GlamArchives for a lecture by @DrLeeworthy about SO Davies http://t.co/9Xcx54Wd3a
One week until our next lecture with @glamarchives: welfare for disabled people in British coalfields - tickets here http://t.co/0aVfZBIUJn
Montfort died a traitor but many saw him to be almost a Saint because of his death to the cause he believed in and devotion to religion
King Henry III is freed and he, Edward and Henry's brother, Richard, earl of Cornwall regain power and take over the government again.
Simon de Montfort is killed and his body dismembered with his head being sent to Roger Mortimer?s wife at Wigmore Castle.
Simon fell, crying "God's grace" as he died.
The Montfortians were heavily outnumbered and had been heavily depleted over the previous months.