Person    | Male  Born 1/11/1888  Died 28/4/1988

Fenner Brockway

Pacifist, Labour MP, life peer, CND founder, free-thinker, campaigner for peace and racial equality. President of Liberation. Born Calcutta. Died Watford General Hospital, Hertfordshire. Until at least 2006 his old constituency of Slough celebrated his memory annually with Fennerfest.

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Fenner Brockway

Fenner Brockway (Lord Brockway), 1888 - , lived here 1908 - 1910. Historic H...

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Fenner Brockway statue

The statue, by Ian Walters and unveiled (very appropriately) by Michael Foot,...

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Savarkar at India House

Savarkar was here from 1906 to 1909. The plaque was unveiled by Lord Fenner B...

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