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WFA Dublin branch lecture feb 20th - Shared screen with speaker view
ian chambers
28:42
Welcome everyone DWFA
Claire Gogarty
49:29
Ian - turn off your microphone, please.
Maria
57:00
Greetings from Mountmellick, Laois. Enjoying your great, informative talk! Thanks for that. Maria
Mary Boissel
01:12:47
Fantastic research. Love quote re Ingles’ I held up the russian revolution for a day.
Beverly Sperry
01:14:11
Best talk ever! Thank you so much. I am inspired to learn more about these amazing women.
John Donovan
01:14:45
Fantastic stories
Claire Gogarty
01:14:59
How many women died during the world wars?
Sheelagh Lane
01:15:20
Excellent, talk; thank you so much.
iPad (3)
01:16:04
Excellent talk, thank you
Carol Kiely - Dublin
01:16:20
Most enlightening and entertaining. Thanks so much!!
amorgan
01:16:21
Excellent talk...thanks very much! Anne Morgan
Beverly Sperry
01:16:49
Ian, it would be great if you could send us this bibliography in an email. I definitely want to know more!
Helen
01:16:52
Thank you so much for a spell-binding account of such moving and inspirational stories
Patricia Thomson
01:17:04
Fabulous Viv. I could listen to more. Thanks Ian for organising.
Chris Owen
01:17:44
Wonderful talk, given with a combination of professionalism and humour. Thank you so much to Dr. Viv. Newman.
Bairbre
01:18:11
Thanks very much - really enjoyed it.
Michael
01:20:43
Very interesting talk. Thank you.
Patricia Thomson
01:23:59
The Elsie Inglis Memorial Hospital was operational in Edinburgh from 1925until 1988
John Donovan
01:27:15
Violet Barett who was a St John's Ambulance VAD and killed in the Leinster sinking is buried just up the road from me and has recently had a CWGC headstone erected on her grave.