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A talk by Carole Hope 'Across the Divide. An Irish padre of the Great War, Fr. William Doyle (S.J.) M.C.'


Carole describes herself (on Twitter) as "often in archives, books & online history platforms. Author/editor “Frank Speaking”. Loves dogs, football (hates VAR) & mountains. Carole lives in Bromley (I was born there), studied at the Open University (so did I) and published a book about Father Doyle in 2013. And she has been to Gallipoli wi…

Chaplains in Gallipoli: Their Work Behind The Lines with Carole Hope


Carole Hope will be giving a talk about chaplains in Gallipoli.  Carole Hope’s working life was spent in administrative roles in both the private and public sectors. She graduated BA (Hons) from the Open University in 2000 and the final module for the degree sparked her interest in the Great War. This subsequently developed during many trips to th…

'Gallipoli Chaplains: Crossing the Divide' - a talk by Carole Hope


Caption: Gallipoli burial service This talk examines the role of chaplains on both sides and many faiths in Gallipoli and looks at such issues as the logistics of providing a chaplaincy service, the day to day operational challenges, both in the front line (for those chaplains who ventured forward) and behind the line and collaboration with medica…