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Freeland George

 George Freeland George Freeland was member of the Communist Party, who taught at Medway school, became headmaster of Alderman Richard Hallam school in Leicester.   He was active in the campaign for comprehensive education in […]

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Adams Dorothy

 Dorothy M. Adams During the 1930s, Dorothy Adams was a teacher at Collegiate Girls Grammar School in Leicester. She joined the Communist Party in 1935, but took a low profile because she was a teacher.  Even […]

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Forman Stanley

Stanley Forman Stanley Forman was born on Boxing Day 1921 in London. In 1936, at the age of fifteen, He was a member of the Labour League of Youth and its national secretary, Ted Willis […]

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Edwards Bert

 Bert Edwards Born in 1896, Bert Edwards was beaten up during a transport workers' demonstration in Liverpool in 1911. So vicious were the police that the day became known as Bloody Sunday. Thus, a proud boast of […]

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Forman Hilda

 Hilda Forman Born on the 1st January 1920 Hilda Sybil Forman was daughter to Harry and Rachel Davies. The middle child of Jewish Russian/Polish migrants, her impoverished upbringing worsened when her father, a tailor’s machinist, […]

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Evans Edgar

 Edgar Evans Born in 1900, Evans was an ironmonger with his own shop in Bedlinog, South Wales, in the north-east corner of Mid Glamorgan.   Hailing from Garnant, Carmarthenshire, Evans’ father was victimised due to […]

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Fink Sid

 Sid Fink Sidney Fink was a Jewish Communist, probably one of three cadres sent by the British Communist Party to an OMS Liaison Service course in Moscow in January 1936. This was the Comintern EC’s […]

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Duncan Bill

Bill Duncan Born around 1903, Duncan joined the Communist Party in 1922 in Scotland and become a full-time worker for the Young Communist League. He was sent by the Party to the International Lenin School […]