Federated Artificial Fertilizers and Chemical Workers' Union of Australia

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Federated Artificial Fertilizers and Chemical Workers' Union of Australia

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Dates of existence

1921 - 1975

History

The Federated Artificial Fertilizers and Chemical Workers' Union of Australia originated as the Federated Artificial Manure Trade and Chemical Workers' Union of Australia. Formed in 1913 as a breakaway union to the then communist-controlled Federated Ironworkers' Association, the Federated Artificial Manure Trade and Chemical Workers Union of Australia underwent a change of name in 1921 to the Federated Artificial Fertilizers and Chemical Workers' Union of Australia. By the end of 1948 this union had been deregistered and then reregistered under the same name. In 1975 it was amalgamated back into the Federated Ironworkers' Association of Australia, which subsequently became the Federation of Industrial Manufacturing and Engineering Employees.

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Entered from deposit description 15 October 2012

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Sources

Australian Trade Union Archives website: www.atua.org.au

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