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Hughes John

John Hughes Hughes came from Fleetwood, Lancashire. He was a long-time Communist Party member, AEU shop Steward, AEU district committee member, and an amateur musician. Hughes died on 1st December 2006 aged 93. Source Morning […]

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George Ray

 Ray George Raymond George was born on the 28th November 1928 in Tettenhall Wood, near Wolverhampton. He came from the skilled working class; one grandfather, who had been employed as a master baker in Malvern, […]

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Gee Bill

Bill Gee William Gee, was born in Northampton in 1869 and worked there as a newspaper boy and later in a boot factory. Interest in the Bradlaugh case led him to politics and subsequently to […]

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Galton Dorothy

Dorothy Galton Dorothy was a secretary at the University of London, noted for a ‘formidable’ and ‘autocratic’ approach to the running of the School of Slavonic Studies in Senate House, Bloomsbury. Files released to the […]

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Collins Enoch

Enoch Collins Collins was a long-standing Communist Party member in Llanelli, South Wales. A tinplate worker, such was the intensity of the depression, especially victimisation of militants, that at one point during the depression he was […]

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Campbell Bill

Bill Campbell Bill Campbell was the son of J R Campbell, an iconic figure in the British Communist Party. As a teenager at the height of the depression, Bill Campbell left Britain and took a […]

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Clarke Willie Cllr

Councillor Willie Clarke’s represented Ballingry and Lochore on Fife County Council for many decades. He first took up public office in 1973 as a Communist councillor with Fife County Council and went on to be […]

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Campbell Kenneth

Kenneth John Campbell was born in Crofton Park, south London, on September 26th 1909. The son of a Lloyd’s insurance man, he was educated at St Dunstan’s school, Lewisham. He was then articled to his […]

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Wynn Archie

Archie Wynn Wynn was the Communist president of Derby’s Confederation of Shipbuilding and Engineering Unions (CSEU) in the mid-1950. He was for a very long time, until retirement in the 1970s, the convenor of Derby’s […]