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Torr Dona

Dona Torr Born Dona Ruth Anne Torr on April 28th 1883, her father, William Torr, was first a vicar and then Canon of Chester Cathedral. Her paternal grandfather was a wealthy merchant and a Conservative […]

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True Arthur

Arthur True Long-term Rhondda Communist and County Council Councillor in Wales for Treherbert, True was a member of the ETU (and its later incarnations). He was also a Communist Parliamentary candidate and, at one point, […]

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Tuchfield Doris

Doris Tuchfield Born in 1900, Doris was the head stenographer at the Daily Worker and later the Morning Star, where she worked for over 36 years. She had joined the staff of the paper in […]

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Tuckett Angela

Angela Tuckett Born in 1906, Angela Tuckett became involved in progressive politics very early on in her youth. Her sympathy for Bristol‘s unemployed quickly became active support for the Welsh contingent on the 1931 Hunger […]

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Tudor-Hart Alex

Alex Tudor-Hart Dr. Alex Tudor Hart was a student at Cambridge where he was taught by, amongst others, John Maynard Keynes. A life-long Communist from that period, he worked as a GP in the Rhondda […]

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Tudor-Hart Edith (Suschitzky)

Edith Tudor-Hart Born Edith Suschitzky in Vienna in 1908, she grew up in radical Jewish circles. She was the daughter of an owner of a socialist bookshop, her younger brother being the celebrated cinematographer, Wolfgang […]

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Tudor Hart Julian

Julian Tudor Hart Born in 1927, Dr Julian Tudor Hart became a physician and epidemiologist and was a long-term General Practitioner in the NHS in the South Wales mining village of Glyncorrwg. He was the […]

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Tunnard Christopher

Christopher Tunnard Arthur Coney Tunnard was born in Victoria, British Columbia on 7 July 1910 but went by the name of Christopher throughout life. He is believed to have been a member of the Communist […]

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Turner John

John Turner  Born around 1915, John Turner was involved in anti-fascist activity in the east end of London in the 1930s, including being at the Battle of Cable Street. Like so many, this led to […]

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Turner Reg

Reg Turner A member of the editorial board of Labour Monthly, founder member of the Artists International Association and former chair of the Communist Party Artists Group, Turner died in Hampstead on April 15th 1995.