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Rees Duncan

Duncan Rees Born in 1953, Rees was a member of the Communist Party’s Peace Advisory committee from 1975. Anational council member of CND, he was an activist in Cardiff and Liverpool. Elected general secretary of […]

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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 […]

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Duncan Kath

Kath Duncan Kath Duncan was a legendary Communist in Deptford in the 1930s. A teacher, she became a redoubtable organiser of the unemployed. A remarkable orator, she was a woman of obvious personal magnetism, with […]

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Duncan T

T. Duncan Duncan joined the International Brigade in February 1937, at the age of 23 years. He was an engineer, member of the TGWU and secretary of Greenford, Communist Party (Ealing, West London)   The […]

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Todd Duncan

Duncan Todd Duncan Todd was both a devout Scottish Episcopalian and a respected long-standing Scottish Communist and saw no contradiction in his beliefs. A civil servant, he died aged 64, in 1987 in Kinlochleven, Argyll. […]

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McGowan Duncan (Cllr)

Duncan McGowan McGowan was elected as a Communist councillor for the Dumbartonshire County Council. He was also one of the leading lights in the campaign against Polaris in the early 1960s