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unpublished biography

This extract from Dorothy Elliott's unpublished autobiography, 'Women in Search of Justice', describes the setting up of the Ministry of Labour Women's Consultative Committee [WCC] and women munitions workers in the Royal Ordnance Factories.

Dorothy Elliott [1897-1980] was a munitions worker during the First World War, organiser first for the National Federation of Women Workers 1918-1920 and then for the National Union of General and Municipal Workers from1921, becoming National Women's Officer 1935-1946. She was the TUC representative on the Committee on Women Power from 1940 and a member of the WCC from 1941.

Title 'Women in Search of Justice', 1941 (pg. 2)
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Production Date 1941
Format Manuscript
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Holding Institution TUC Library Collections, London Metropolitan University
Related Objects 'Women in Search of Justice', 1941 (pg. 1)
'Women in Search of Justice', 1941 (pg. 3)
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