“World War I Suffragette Military Hospital”. The Women’s Library Newsletter.
Standard Name: Murray, Flora
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The letter challenged a recent antisuffragist manifesto, and stressed three points from Prime Minister Asquith 's statement to suffragists of 14 August. The points were that women had rendered as effective service to their country...
As the Great War rolled on ES found herself more and more of a pacifist.
During her very few holidays from writing and from trying to keep the suffrage cause alive, she took jobs...
Sharp, Evelyn. Unfinished Adventure. John Lane, Bodley Head.
By late October 1920: Flora Murray wrote about her war experience...
By late October 1920
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