Gwyn Alf Williams Born in Dowlais on 30th September 1925, Gwyn Alf (as he was known, to distinguish him from several other eminent Welshmen with similar names) saw himself as "a people's remembrancer", […]
Murray Williams Williams was a Communist miner in the Rhondda, South Wales, who was described by the Daily Worker, on his death, as one of Wales’ “outstanding Working Class Leaders”. For three decades […]
Robert Williams Williams `enjoyed’ one of the shortest periods of membership of the Communist Party but his collecting of a range of significant positions in a very short period makes it significant that his […]
Trevor Williams A life-long Communist and elected Councillor, Williams was a member of Aberdare Urban District Council in the 1950s.
Barry Williams A Communist Party member and boilermakers’ union activist, Williams was a President of Liverpool Trades Council. He stood as Communist Party candidate in the March 31st 1966 general election for Birkenhead. Williams […]
John Roose Williams Communist, author and Welsh speaker, Williams contributed to the monthly Welsh journal `Heddiw' on the need to support Republican Spain and, as Communist Party District Organiser, he was also involved with journal […]