Hunger Marches(redirected from hunger march)
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one form of the workers’ struggle in capitalist countries against unemployment and poverty. The biggest hunger marches took place during the world depression of 1929–33, chiefly in the United States (in 1931 and 1932) and in Great Britain (for example, in 1932 and 1933).
REFERENCESMal’kov, V. L. Rabochee dvizhenie v SSHA v period mirovogo ekonomicheskogo krizisa, 1929–1933. Moscow, 1961. Pages 169–205.
Hutt, A. Polozhenie rabochego klassa v Anglii. Moscow, 1934. (Translated from English.)
Hannington, W. Unemployed Struggles, 1919–1936. London .