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Dorothy M. Adams
During the 1930s, Dorothy Adams was a teacher at
She even attended technical school of an evening to learn cobbling so she could teach her sixth form girls how to mend the shoes of the Basque refugees being housed at Evington Hall.
In the late thirties she took in a refugee, a Mr Ungar (a Czech name), who was a Jewish bank manager who had managed to get into
She was active in Leicester Peace Council, the Left Book Club and the
Although it is evident that Miss Adams encountered problems arising from being in the teaching profession and also being a Communist in this period.
She was still for certain a member of the Party at least into the 1970s.