Fraser, Hamish (1913-1986)

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Fraser, Hamish (1913-1986)

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1913-1986

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Hamish Fraser (16 August 1913 – 17 October 1986) was a Scottish communist who fought with the International Brigades in the Spanish Civil War. He became disillusioned with the Communist Party of Great Britain and resigned in 1945. Fraser was received into the Catholic Church in 1948, and became a Catholic anti-communist journalist and campaigner, founding and editing the traditionalist Catholic periodical Approaches.

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Editor of "Approaches"

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