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Julia Draper (née Bald) (b. 1921)

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Track 1: Julia Draper recalls meeting her first husband, Frank Vogal, in occupied Germany. She also describes her work in Military Intelligence, in the War Office. Her husband’s death on a military mission. Track 2: She talks about her second husband, Gerald Draper, whom she met in 1946. Track 3: Gerald’s Irish background, and his work as a lawyer in the War Crimes Tribunals. Track 4: The Irish Peers Association, and the reasons why it was formed. It was initially directed by Lord Carbery and Lord Dunboyne. Its membership is discussed. Track 5: The landed gentry in Ireland and her own background in the distilling business. Track 6: A discussion on Florence Nightingale. Track 7: The membership list of the Irish Peers Association.

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Description

Track 1: Julia Draper recalls meeting her first husband, Frank Vogal, in occupied Germany. She also describes her work in Military Intelligence, in the War Office. Her husband’s death on a military mission. Track 2: She talks about her second husband, Gerald Draper, whom she met in 1946. Track 3: Gerald’s Irish background, and his work as a lawyer in the War Crimes Tribunals. Track 4: The Irish Peers Association, and the reasons why it was formed. It was initially directed by Lord Carbery and Lord Dunboyne. Its membership is discussed. Track 5: The landed gentry in Ireland and her own background in the distilling business. Track 6: A discussion on Florence Nightingale. Track 7: The membership list of the Irish Peers Association.

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Type:

Disk, MP3

Audio series:

Great Houses of Ireland, second series

Bitrate:

160 kbps

Download time limit:

48 hours

File size(s):

12.62 MB, 9.43 MB, 6.59 MB, 17.04 MB, 15.31 MB, 5.91 MB

Number of files:

7

Product ID:

CDGH02-47

Subject:

The Irish Peers Association

Recorded by:

Maurice O’Keeffe – Irish Life and Lore

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