The English author and peace activist, Pat Arrowsmith, who has since passed away, played a significant role in co-founding the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) in 1957. She was also known for her literary contributions, which include novels and poetry. Her collection of personal papers and archives is preserved at the LSE Library in London.
Pat Arrowsmith dies at age 93: Cause of death
Pat Arrowsmith dies aged 93: obituary
Pat Arrowsmith was born on March 2, 1930, as the youngest of three children in a clerical family in Leamington Spa. Her parents were Margaret Vera Arrowsmith Kingham and Reverend G. E. Arrowsmith.
In 1939, the Arrowsmith family relocated to Torquay, and Pat began her education at Stover School. Later, in September 1944, she transferred to Cheltenham Ladies College. Her academic journey continued as she pursued history at Newnham College, Cambridge. Subsequently, she studied social science as a US–UK Fulbright Scholar at the University of Liverpool and Ohio University.
Pat Arrowsmith dies aged 93: funeral arrangements
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