Peter Worsley Peter Maurice Worsley was born on the 6th May 1924 into a middle-class Catholic family in Birkenhead. His father, who had been an infantry officer in the first world war, was an auctioneer […]
Peter Wyncoll Peter Harold Wyncoll (left speaking) was born on 24 May 1939 in Basford, Nottinghamshire. In his early teens he was precociously a member of the Young Socialists but soon joined the Communist Party, which […]
Peter Wright Peter Wright served in Yugoslavia during the Second World War with the partisans and spoke Serbo-Croat. In the post war period, he was part of the very significant group of Communist intellectuals […]
Peter Mauger A Communist teacher in the 1950s, who wrote on the issue of banning American comics in Britain. He later became attracted to the Chinese Communist Party’s line.
Peter Copley Born on May 20th 1915 in Bushey, Hertfordshire, Peter Copley’s His parents were the printmaker John Copley and the painter Ethel Gabain, although one grandfather was a scientist. After changing his mind about […]
Peter Brearey Born in Dewsbury, on December 23rd 1939, Peter Brearey was for a long time a freelance journalist, contributing towards many northern and other newspapers and journals. Latterly, he was the editor of the […]