Griffiths Arthur

Arthur Griffiths
Griffiths was born in 1891 and was a Communist from Clydach Vales, South Wales. He lived at 62 Oak Street and, according to the Glamorgan Constabulary reports, was 5' 7", with auburn hair, medium build, aged 41, fresh complexion". He was drill instructor to the "L.L.X" and played communist songs on a flute when on the 1932 NUWM unemployed workers' march from Wales to Lopndon.  "A pronounced revolutionist against whom there are convictions."
Source: Society of Labour History Bulletin 38 Spring 1979
Michael Walker