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OP80 - Blades, E. R.
E. R. Blades was born in 1902 in Belmont. He began work in the oil-fields as an apprentice litter in 1920 and rose to the position of Assistant Foreman. He was an admirer of Captain Cipriani in his campaign on behalf of ...
OP85 - Moses, MacDonald
MacDonald Moses was bom in Castries, St. Lucia in 1910 and came to Trinidad in 1930. He worked first as a motor mechanic then landed himself a job in the oil industry. He was active in the Labour and Trade Union Movements ...
OP29 - Barrette, Jim; King, Christina
Jim Barrette and Christina King were activists in the labour and Trade Union movements of the 1930s. See also OP 32.
OP42 - Pitt, David (Lord Pitt of Hampstead)
Lord Pitt (Dr David Pitt) was born in Grenada in 1913 and enjoyed a successful career in medicine and politics in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago, before migrating to London, England. He also practiced medicine and became ...
OP58 - Solomon, Patrick
Dr Patrick Solomon, a qualified physician, practised in Scotland, Ireland, Wales and the Leeward Islands before retuning to Trinidad in 1942. His foray into politics began when he joined the West Indian National Party ...
OP6 - Kelshall, Jack
Jack Kelshall was a lawyer and politician who espoused democratic socialism. He was involved in the politics of Trinidad and Tobago in the 1940s and l950s. He was also involved with the Youth Council and the trade union ...
OP25 - Ifill, Max
Max Beverly Ifill, an economist by profession, has had an interesting career in the teaching and civil service. He has also been a spokesman on social and political affairs in Trinidad and Tobago.