Don't buy Ampol campaign - strike to win Australian crew jobs on tankers
|Collections||Seamen's Union of Australia|
|Date created:||ca. 1962|
From the date of its commissioning, in 1962, until 1966, Ampol tanker P J Adams traded with a low-wage foreign crew. Eventually, after a long, bitter and tenacious campaign the Union put an Australian crew on her under Australian award and manning conditions.
|Location:||Sydney, New South Wales|
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