Series UKLSE-AS1WF01001 - 'These Dangerous Women' Oral History Project

1._How_Mary_found_WILPF.WMA 1._How_did_you_findWILPF.docx 2._Why_Mary_decided_to_join_WILPF.WMA 2._Why_did_you_joinWILPF.docx 3._Finding_new_members.docx 3._How_Mary_regenerated_the_branch_in_Worthing.WMA 4._Generational_Differences.docx 4._Generational_differences.WMA 5._Worthing_Branch_Activities.docx 5._Worthing_branch_activities.WMA 6._Mary_s_reflections_on_UK_WILPF_and_its_organisational_attitudes.WMA 6._Reflection_on_UK_WILPF_and_its_organisational_attitudes.docx 7._Relationship_with_International.docx 7._The_link_to_international_organisation.WMA 8._Mary_s_international_involvement.WMA 8._Mary_s_role_internationally.docx 9._Feminism.docx 9._Is_Mary_a_feminist_and_is_WILPF_a_feminist_organisation.WMA 10._Is_Mary_a_pacifist_and_is_WILPF_a_pacifist_organisation_part_1.WMA 10._Pacifism.docx 11._Pacificsm_part_2.WMA 11._National_Section.docx 12._Mary_s_reflections_about_the_national_section___executive_part_1.WMA 13._UK_Section_and_the_opportunities_Mary_feels_it_missed.WMA 12._Membership_Retention.docx 14._Mary_s_reflections_membership_retention.WMA Martha-Jean-Baker-summary-amended-MJB.docx Martha_Jean_Baker_interviewed_by_Olivia_20_11_14_9848.wav
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'These Dangerous Women' Oral History Project


  • 2013-2015 (Creation)

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31 audio files, 19 documents file and 8 image files

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The interviews were transferred to the LSE Library in 2015, after completion of 'These Dangerous Women' project.


The series contains the recordings of interviews of 8 members of WILPF and related documents. The interviews were conducted between 2013 and 2015, as part of a part of the 'These Dangerous Women' community heritage project to mark the centenary of the formation of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF). Funded by the National Lottery Heritage and run by Clapham Film Unit and WILPF, the project's aims were to celebrate and commemorate the women who tried to stop World War I and founded the organisation. For more information, visit the WILPF UK website.

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As of April 2022, all material in this collection is still In Copyright. 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.

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