James 'Dongaree' Baird, a boilermaker in Harland and Wolff's shipyard, was one of hundreds of 'rotten Prods', and thousands of Catholics, driven from their place of work by loyalists in 1920. The expulsions marked the end of Belfast's 'two red years', distinguished by the massive engineering strike in 1919 and the municipal elections in 1920, in which Baird was elected to Belfast Corporation.
|Place of Publication||Dublin|
|Publisher||University College Dublin|
|Number of pages||130|
|Publication status||Published (in print/issue) - 1 Oct 2022|
- trade unions