The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Alice

Oral history interview with Alice* from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Alice was born in Belfast and worked as a chocolate maker during the Second World War. (*pseudonym)

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Catherine and Betty

Oral history interview with Catherine and Betty from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Both women were born in Dublin. Catherine was a housewife/cleaner while Betty worked as a factory worker during the war.

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Clare

Oral history interview with Clare from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Clare was born in Dublin and worked as a civil servant during the Second World War.

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Colette

Oral history interview with Colette from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Colette was born in Dublin and worked as a lady clerk in Guinness during the Second World War.

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Jean and Susan

Oral history interview with Jean and Susan from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Jean was born in Scotland and was as a housewife during the Second World War. Susan was born in Gorey, Co. Wexford and worked as medical social worker d

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Emily

Oral history interview with Emily* from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Emily was born in Belfast and worked as a shopkeeper during the Second World War. (*pseudonym)

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Frances

Oral history interview with Frances from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Frances was born in Dublin and worked as a nurse during the Second World War.

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Letty and Josie

Oral history interview with Letty and Josie from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Both women were born in Dublin; Letty worked as a munitions worker while Josie was an unemployed sewing factory worker during the Second World War.

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Daisy and Ivy

Oral history interview with Daisy* and Ivy* from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Both women were born in Belfast, and were employed as mill workers during the Second World War. (*pseudonym)

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Maureen

Oral history interview with Maureen* from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Maureen was born in Belfast and worked as a hospital caterer during the Second World War. (*pseudonym)

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Hilda

Oral history interview with Hilda from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Hilda was born in Dublin and worked as a nurse during the Second World War.

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Nora

Oral history interview with Nora* from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Nora was born in Co. Laois and worked as a civil servant during the Second World War. (*pseudonym)

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