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Songs about Ludd:
Ludd Gang by The Fall from the Album Perverted By Language
The Triumph of General Ludd by Chumbawamba from the Album English Rebel Songs 1381-1914
André Ludd by Mermonte from the Album Audiorama
Captain Ludd by T.J. Hull and Jeff Ksiazek from the Album Eist
General Ludd by Redwine from the Album Alla fine del mondo
General Ludd by Buried Beds from the Album In Spirit
General Ludd's Triumph by The Army of Redressers from the Album Songs of Defiance
Books about Ludd:
Ned Ludd & Queen Mab: Machine-Breaking, Romanticism, and the Several Commons of 1811-12 (PM Pamphlet) by Peter Linebaugh (Mar 1, 2012)
Ned Ludd: He-Goose from Hell by Bobby Morris (Oct 8, 2012)
Ludd! (Playtexts in Performance) by John Mackendrick (May 1, 1996)
Jimgrim and the Devil at Ludd (Talbot Mundy's Adventurers) by Talbot Mundy, Mark Wheatley, Frank Cho and Brian Taves (1999)
King Ludd by Andrew Sinclair (May 1993)
Ned Ludd & Queen Mab: Machine-Breaking, Romanticism, and the Several Commons of 1811-12 (PM Pamphlet) by Peter Linebaugh (2012)
The Mesnev? (usually known as the Mesnev?yi sher?f, or holy Mesnev?) of Mevl?n? (our Lord) Jel?lu-d-D?n, Muhammed... by Jal?l al-D?n R?m? (Jan 1, 1881)
Movies about Ludd:
Spy in the House of Ludd 2003 Unrated - Runtime: 45 mins Directed by: Simon Tarr
Wiki information Ludd:
Ned Ludd or Ned Lud, possibly born Ned Ludlam or Edward Ludlam, is the person from whom the Luddites took their name. In 1779, Ludd is supposed to have broken two stocking frames in a fit of rage. After this incident, attacks on the frames were...
The Luddites were 19th-century English textile artisans who protested against newly developed labour-replacing machinery from 1811 to 1817. The stocking frames, spinning frames and power looms introduced during the Industrial Revolution threatened to...