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Brown was a Coventry Communist shop steward, prominent in the city during the Second World War.
The famous air raid on the city, which came on the evening of
A specific instance of the indominitable spirit that was nurtured by the Communists was ensuring that, within two days of the disaster, that local Daily Worker sales were resumed. It was the only paper available in the city.
Brown recalled the following about this: