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Edney Eric

Eric Edney   Born Eric Alfred Edney in Wooton Rivers, Pewsey on the 5th February 1907, the son of a farm labourer, he would always describe himself as a country boy from a village in […]

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Eighteen Jack

Jack Eighteen Jack Eighteen joined the Communist Party in the tool room in 1939 of Radnall Aircraft in Tolworth and rose to become the President of Tolworth AEU and Shop Convenor. He and John Foster […]

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Elias Sid

Sid Elias Born in 1897 in South Wales, he started off in the steel industry but was to come to prominence as the organiser of the first ever hunger march that went from Cardiff to […]

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Ellesmere R

R. Ellesmere Born in Fulham in 1906, Ellesmere served on the divisional council of the Building Trade Workers Union. He was a Building Trades Federation delegate from 1946 and a regular delegate from his union […]

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Ellis Frank

Frank Ellis The best Agent the Notts Miners Never Had! Frank Ellis, who died on 16th February 2007 was one of seven children, his father was a miner at Hucknall Bottom pit; both parents were […]

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Ellis Les

Les Ellis W L Ellis was a Nottinghamshire miner, who was blacklisted after the 1926 General Strike. He joined the Communist Party in 1934 and was a full time organiser for the Party from 1941-1942. Ellis then served […]

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Etheridge Dick

Dick Etheridge Following the Austin-Nuffield merger the shop stewards of the amalgamating companies formed a combine committee: the BMC Joint Shop Stewards Committee. In February 1956 Etheridge became Chairman of this Committee. Later in that […]

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Exell Arthur

Arthur Exell Exell was to play a leading role in organising the workers at the Radiators plant in Oxford. In a taped interview in November 1983, as part of an exercise conducted by the Oxford […]

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Egelnick Max

Max Egelnick Born in London on February 26th 1917, he joined the Communist Party during the Second World War. He met his wife, Sadie, also a Party member in 1942. In 1948, Max gave up […]