Geelong, Victoria, Australia
- Women's rights activist
Beryl Miller was born in Geelong, Victoria, the daughter of British migrants she came to Adelaide after her marriage in 1945. She joined the Eureka Youth League at 15 and joined joining the Communist Party of Australia in 1952. She was involved with the Union of Australian Women, the Women's International Democratic Federation and the Australian Peace Committee. She left the Communist Party and became a foundation member of the Socialist Party of Australia. Miller represented South Australia in 1964 when the Communist Party of Australia organised the first women's delegation to Russia.
Sources used to compile this entry: http://www.catalog.slsa.sa.gov.au:1083/search/amiller%2C+beryl/amiller+beryl/1,1,2,B/frameset&FF=amiller+beryl+1926&1,,2 accessed 2004-01-28.