1911 in Scotland
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|1911 in Scotland|
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Events from 1911 in Scotland
- March–April - Eleven thousand workers at the Singer Manufacturing Co. sewing machine factory on Clydebank go on strike in solidarity with twelve female colleagues protesting against work process reorganisation. Four hundred alleged ringleaders are dismissed.
- Release of Rob Roy, the first British-made three-reel feature film, shot by the Scottish company United Films Ltd in studios at Rouken Glen on the edge of Glasgow and on location in Aberfoyle.
- Harry Lauder writes the popular song "Roamin' In The Gloamin'".
- 24 January - Muir Mathieson, film composer (died 1975)
- 26 October - Sorley MacLean, poet (died 1996)
- 4 December - William Baxter, Labour MP for West Stirlingshire (1959-1974) (died 1979)
- 11 December - William McGregor, football administrator and founder of the Football League (born 1846)
- "The Singer strike 1911". Glasgow Digital Library. Retrieved 2013-05-21.
- "Singer Sewing Factory strike – 1911". Scotland’s History. BBC. Retrieved 2013-05-21.
- Merz, Caroline (2012-12-19). "Where are they now? Early Scottish feature films". Early cinema in Scotland, 1896-1927. Retrieved 2014-04-03.
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