"They Shoot Spies - the untold story of the first female agents" by Dr Viv Newman
14 Jun

Postponed from 2020

 

In 2004, Dr Viv Newman was awarded a PhD for her thesis "Songs of Wartime Lives: Women's Poetry of the First World War" at Essex University. She was selected by the BBC for their "Expert Women" training and speaks widely about women in WW1 on local radio and at national and international conferences.

Her talk "They Shoot Spies - the untold story of the female agents" explores the lives and actions of two Belgian women and one French woman whose espionage made a significant contribution to the Allied Cause. One is believed to be the only woman decorated by France, Belgium,  Britain and Germany. 

To be advised
14 Jun 2021 18:30