The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Sally

Oral history interview with Sally from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Sally was born in Dublin and worked as a cook in the Women’s Auxiliary Service during the Second World War.

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Ethel

Oral history interview with Ethel from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Ethel was born in Dublin and worked as an electrician in the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force during the Second World War.

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The Second World War and Irish Women, User Guide

User guide for the oral history collection The Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). The user guide provides contextual information about how the interviews were conducted, demographic information on each participant, information on related publications, and r

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Mary

Oral history interview with Mary from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Mary was born in Newcastle on Tyne and was a school girl during the Second World War.

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Sheila

Oral history interview with Sheila from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Sheila 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 Flora

Oral history interview with Flora* from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Material). Flora was born in Belfast and worked as a counter girl in Woolworths during the Second World War. (*pseudonym)

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Pat

Oral history interview with Pat from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Pat was born in Liverpool to Irish parents and worked as a clerk in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War.

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Olive

Oral history interview with Olive from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Olive was born in Drogheda, Co. Louth and worked as a clerk during the Second World War.

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Nancy

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

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Minnie

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

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Meta

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

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The Second World War and Irish Women, interview with Kathleen

Oral history interview with Kathleen from the larger collection Second World War and Irish Women (see Related Materials). Kathleen was born in Portstewart, Co. Derry and worked as an aircraft factory worker during the Second World War.

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