Series UKLSE-AS1GW01001 - Greenham Women Everywhere Oral Testimonies

Ailsa Johnson_Christine Bradshaw_PP.jpg Ailsa Johnson_Oral Testimony.mp3 Ailsa Johnson_Transcript_OT.pdf Alison Napier_Christine Bradshaw_PP.jpg Alison Napier_Oral Testimony.mp3 Alison Napier_Transcript_OT.pdf Angela Akehurst_Oral Testimony.mp3 Angela Akehurst_Transcript_OT.pdf Ann Bell_Sally Bell_Christine Bradshaw_PP.jpg Ann Bell_Sally Bell_Oral Testimony.mp3 Ann Bell_Sally Bell_Transcript_OT.pdf Ann Pettit_Christine Bradshaw_PP.jpg Ann Pettit_Karmen Thomas_Oral Testimony.mp3 Ann Pettitt_Karmen Thomas_Transcript_OT.pdf Anna Birch_Mary Birch_Oral Testimony.mp3 Anna Birch_Mary Birch_Transcript_OT.pdf Mary Birch_Anna Birch_Christine Bradshaw_PP.jpg Mary Birch_Christine Bradshaw_PP.jpg Annei Soanes_Margaret McNeil_Oral Testimony.mp3 Annei Soanes_Margaret McNeil_Transcript_OT.pdf Anni Tracy_Oral Testimony.mp3 Anni-Tracy_Transcript_OT.pdf Annie Brotherton_Christine Bradshaw_PP.jpg Annie Brotherton_Oral Testimony.mp3 Annie Brotherton_Transcript_OT.pdf Armorel Weston_Oral Testimony.mp3 Armorel Weston_PP.jpeg Armorel Weston_Transcript_OT.pdf
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Greenham Women Everywhere Oral Testimonies


  • 2019-2021 (Creation)

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104 audio files, 104 text files, 62 image files

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This series inludes the oral history testimonies collected as part of the Greenham Women Everywhere project between 2019 and 2021. Each folder includes the audio recording of the interview together with a transcript of it, and a photograph of the intervieew/s where available.
The project team has travelled the UK interviewing the women who formed the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp. This is the largest collection of oral testimonies of the women yet collated, digitised and made available to the public.

Please note more interviews will be added in the coming months.

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The material in this collection licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License CC BY-NC-ND 4.0. If you wish to re-use any of the content in this collection, please make sure you use it in a legally and ethically responsible way. Further guidance in reusing copyrighted materials is available in our Terms and Conditions page.

Most photographs in this collection are copyright of either Christine Bradshaw, Tony Prime or Edward Barber (as indicated at folder level).

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More interviews and other material are available from the Greenham Women Everywhere project webiste

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Please note the presence of this material within our collections does not imply an endorsement by LSE of the ideas or opinions expressed within the content. Views expressed in these interviews are those of the interviewees/participants.

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