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Hopkins Tom

Tom Hopkins Born in Salop Street, Caerphilly, Tom was one of 14 children and at the age of 18 joined the army. While serving in the forces, he travelled to many different countries, most notably […]

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Horne Harold

Harold Horne Horne was born in 1910 to a working class family in Willesden one of ten children; his father was a labourer. Harold Horne joined the Communist Party in 1930 and became active in […]

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Horner Arthur

Arthur Horner Horner (1894-1968) was a founder member of the Communist Party in Britain in the 1920s, and served the party in many senior positions. His stature was immense, such that he was universally dubbed […]

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Horner John

John Horner John Horner was born on November 5th 1911, the youngest son of a navvy who was often out of work and away from home; the family lived in Walthamstow. John was a clever […]

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Howells Jack

Jack Howells Born in South Wales, Jack Howells worked in London as a toolmaker during the 1930s and 1940s. Active in his union as well as the Communist Party, he was one of a group […]

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Hoyle Charlie

Charlie Hoyle A founder member of the Communist Party, Hoyle was an activist in the Minority Movement.  He was a candidate for General Secretary of the AEU in 1930 at the age of 28. He was […]

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Hudson Spen

Spen Hudson Spen Hudson took part in the hunger marches of the 1930s and was once jailed for his activities on behalf of the unemployed workers’ movement.   He was also active in the engineering […]

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Hunt Ron

Ron Hunt Ron Hunt joined the YCL in 1929.   He became a Communist County councillor for Dorset in the late 1940s.   A life-long Communist, he died in Poole on 2nd November 1988, aged […]

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Hunter Harry

Harry Hunter Harry Hunter was so well known, respected and liked in his home town of Holytown in Scotland that he was, towards the end of his life, the winner of Holytown Community Council and […]