Watchf AP A  NY USA APHS428470 New York City Demonstrations and Riots

New York City Demonstrations and Riots

The most violent labor feud New York has seen in years took a toll of one dead and 16 wounded on April 24, 1933 when six mobsters, armed with guns, knives and lead pipes raided headquarters of the Needle Traders Workers’ Industrial Union, a communist group. Here are four of the injured on the sidewalk outside the building in New York on April 24, 1933, after the fight, waiting for ambulances. The attackers are believed to have been right wing members of the union, who have been disgruntled by activities of the left wing. Six arrests were made. (AP Photo)

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April 24, 1933 12:00:00 AM
December 02, 2011 05:46:01 PM
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Protests and demonstrations, Political and civil unrest, General news
New York, NEW YORK, United States
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