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  • Battle of Orgreave - Wikipedia

    The Battle of Orgreave was a violent confrontation on 18 June 1984 between police and pickets at a British Steel Corporation (BSC) coking plant in Orgreave ...

  • The Battle of Orgreave

    A detailed 'blow by blow' account of the Battle of Orgreave on 18 June 1984 and how it was re-enacted for Channel 4 in 2001.

  • Background: 'The Battle of Orgreave' - BBC News

    The "Battle of Orgreave" was one of the most violent clashes of the 1984-5 miners' strike, but what was its significance?

  • What happened at the 'Battle of Orgreave'? – video explainer

    The violent confrontation between police and picketing miners at the Orgreave cokeworks in 1984 produced some of the most iconic images of the decade

  • The Battle of Orgreave (2001) - IMDb

    In 1984 the National Union of Mineworkers went on strike. The dispute lasted for over a year and was the most bitterly fought since the general strike of 1926 ...

  • The Battle of Orgreave (2001) - YouTube

    A documentary by Mike Figgis about Jeremy Deller's reenactment of the Battle of Orgreave, a crucial set-piece confrontation that took place during the ...

  • Excerpt from The Battle of Orgreave - YouTube

    Excerpt from The Battle of Orgreave, a video work by Jeremy Deller and Mike Figgis. Jeremy Deller's reenactment of the 1984 clash between striking miners ...

  • The scandal of Orgreave | Politics | The Guardian

    The scandal of Orgreave ... which took place near Rotherham on 18 June 1984 and was notoriously dubbed the Battle of Orgreave. Scenes of police violence, ...

  • Battle of Orgreave inquiry ruled out - BBC News

    The Home Secretary rules out an inquiry into clashes with police at Orgreave during the UK miners' strike in 1984.

  • What inquiry into the Battle of Orgreave SHOULD probe ...

    Even now, more than 30 years on, the pictures of the Battle of Orgreave still have the power to shock, writes DOMINIC SANDBROOK.

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