The Watchword of Labour Printed by the National Labour Press, Blackfriars Street, Manchester and published by the Irish Transport and General Workers Union, Hall Dublin.
The Watchword of Labour
To inaugrate a popular weekly that will fearlessly champion the cause of the weak and oppressed among social classes and among nations and races, to do so under the august sharde of the British Soverign's Viceroy is a task that involves ris and danger of the loss of liberty and peoperty. In the foundation of the Watchword of Labour, the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union is placing its resources at the disposal of the Irish working classes.
|Edition Count||Page Count||Years|
|1919 - 1921|
|62||375||*Out of print|