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Dorothee Pullinger

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1894 Born in France the daughter of T. C. Pullinger

1914 She applied to join the Institution of Automobile Engineers, but was refused on the grounds that "the word person means a man and not a woman."

1921 She managed production of the Galloway Motor Car Co

1924 Dorothée liked to race and regularly took part in the Scottish Six Day Trials, winning with the Galloway in 1924

She moved to Croydon with her husband, where she set up a laundry business

She had two children

c1996 Died on Guernsey aged 92.

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