Mary Elmes: the Irish woman who saved children from Nazi death camps

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Mary ElmesWednesday 11 October at 6.30pm in Phibsboro Library. (Fully booked, apologies)

Clodagh Finn tells you the incredible, untold story of Cork woman Mary Elmes, often referred to as the ‘Irish Schindler’, who saved hundreds of Jewish and refugee children during the Second World War.
Admission is free. Booking is required.

This event is part of the Dublin Festival of History Programme

Library | Phibsboro

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