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Dr Elsie Inglis and the contribution of women to World War One

Published Tuesday, November 21, 2017

A debate on ‘Dr Elsie Inglis and the contribution of women to World War One’ has been scheduled for Tuesday 28 November 2017 in Westminster Hall at 9.30am. The debate has been initiated by Ian Murray MP.

Biographies and further information on Dr Elsie Inglis

Forces Network
Dr Elsie Inglis: WWI's Unsung Hero

Spartacus Educational
Elsie Inglis

The Lancet
Elsie Inglis, the suffragette physician

 

Further information on women in the First World War

Imperial War Museums
12 Things You Didn't Know About Women in The First World War

First World War Centenary
WomensWork100 at the First World War Centenary Partnership

BBC
What did World War One really do for women?

Kate Adie, Corsets to camouflage, 2003
*(available from the House of Commons Library)

 

The Library will not produce a briefing for this debate. Please contact the Library subject specialists if you require any further information on the topic of this debate.

Commons Debate packs CDP-2017-0240

Author: Timothy Robinson

Topics: Armed forces, Military operations

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