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Born in London in 1913, Harry Mundy joined the Communist Party during the Second World War, whilst working for a telephone company. After the war, he settled in Hackney and played a major role in the party there. A pensioners' activist in retirement, he was president of the Greater London Pensioners Association and died aged 82 in 1995.
Source: Morning Star 7th December 1995