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EDITH CAVELL'S EXECUTION: THE FACTS: How the Complete Story has been Brought to Light by the Ban on the Film Dawn

EDITH CAVELL'S EXECUTION: THE FACTS: How the Complete Story has been Brought to Light by the Ban on the Film Dawn

having been involved in a sdv svsteni." What did Edith Cavell do to merit a brutal trial and a peremptory death sentence In The GRAPHIC of July 9 of last year, Mr. George Adam, describing how Edith Cavell was betrayed by the French renegade Quien says After
March 10, 1928 - Graphic - London, London, England
 
EDITH CAVELL'S EXECUTION: THE FACTS: How the Complete Story has been Brought to Light by the Ban on the Film Dawn

EDITH CAVELL'S EXECUTION: THE FACTS: How the Complete Story has been Brought to Light by the Ban on the Film Dawn

having been involved in a sdv svsteni." What did Edith Cavell do to merit a brutal trial and a peremptory death sentence In The GRAPHIC of July 9 of last year, Mr. George Adam, describing how Edith Cavell was betrayed by the French renegade Quien says After
March 10, 1928 - The Graphic - London, London, England
 
:Y” HOME: THE NEST HALF – FINISHED, WITHOUT ROOF.

:Y” HOME: THE NEST HALF – FINISHED, WITHOUT ROOF.

passages of the great prison. The Belgian warders stood there, and greeted her silently with NURSE EDITH CAVELL: THE PHOTOGRAPH PUBLISHED i NURSE EDITH CAVELL AS REPRESENTED BY MISS SYBIL IN "THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS” IN 1915. ' THORNDIKE IN THE FILM “DAWN
March 17, 1928 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
By MADAME BODART ( "of Edinburgh. ’)

By MADAME BODART ( "of Edinburgh. ’)

like myself she began to feel that death would a merciful release to all this torture. EDITH CAVELL’S APPEAL. One night, after a terribly worrying day, Edith Cavell, who had remained silent so long, bent her head under the rain of questions, and, looking
June 10, 1923 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
IGOO MORE PRIZES THIS WEEK

IGOO MORE PRIZES THIS WEEK

the clinic Edith Cavell was delighted to eee me, and made a great fuss with Hilda. From that moment the acquaintance ripened into friendship about which I cannot find it in my heart to write a great deal. There was something about Edith Cavell which, the
April 22, 1923 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE EDITH CAVELL FILM.

THE EDITH CAVELL FILM.

THE EDITH CAVELL FILM. MADAM,—I had some difficulty in seeing the point of the analogy drawn in your editorial paragraph on the Edith Cavell film (in the last issue of THE WOMAN'S LEADER), between the public outcry against the proposal to put " Mrs. Warren's
February 24, 1928 - Common Cause - London, London, England
 
EDITH CAVELL AS THE SYMBOL OF THE WAR: LONDON'S MEMORIAL TO HER GREAT SACRIFICE

EDITH CAVELL AS THE SYMBOL OF THE WAR: LONDON'S MEMORIAL TO HER GREAT SACRIFICE

EDITH CAVELL AS THE SYMBOL OF THE WAR LONDON'S MEMORIAL TO HER GREAT SACRIFICE THE erection of the memorial to the immortal sacrifice of Edith Cavell near St. Martin's Church is only the outward symbol of what must be for most English-speaking men and
March 20, 1920 - Graphic - London, London, England
 
EDITH CAVELL AS THE SYMBOL OF THE WAR: LONDON'S MEMORIAL TO HER GREAT SACRIFICE

EDITH CAVELL AS THE SYMBOL OF THE WAR: LONDON'S MEMORIAL TO HER GREAT SACRIFICE

EDITH CAVELL AS THE SYMBOL OF THE WAR LONDON'S MEMORIAL TO HER GREAT SACRIFICE THE erection of the memorial to the immortal sacrifice of Edith Cavell near St. Martin's Church is only the outward symbol of what must be for most English-speaking men and
March 20, 1920 - The Graphic - London, London, England
 
MY ADVENTURES WITH NURSE

MY ADVENTURES WITH NURSE

German, he was evidently watching to soldiers who were sent this time see return to the house, and for all were housed in Edith Cavell s dime or with know he may there yet Belgian lady who lived not far away. We were quite secure in the Rue Emile 4 SECOND
May 27, 1923 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
NURSE CAVELL.

NURSE CAVELL.

having made or approved of .ny report to the Attorney-General that Edith Cavell was pro- perly tried and rightfully condemned. All five agree that the proceedings against Edith Cavell, were from first to last, deserving of the utmost reprobation. One
April 7, 1928 - Cheshire Observer - Chester, Cheshire, England