Paul Freeman, (1884?–1921; sometimes known as ‘Miller’): A militant worker whose nationality and birthplace are not known, Freeman was part of the IWW and became an enthusiastic supporter of the Bolshevik Revolution. He was deported from Australia in 1919 and made his way to Moscow. He returned to Australia to organize delegates to the Third Comintern Congress, at which he was an accredited ASP delegate. He was killed with Artem in the crash of an experimental train in Russia in July 1921.
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