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SPORTS AT CREDITON.

SPORTS AT CREDITON.

race, junior girls: 1 M._ Thorne (Edith Cavell House): 2, G. Harris (Edith Cavell House)- 3 M. Down (Grace Darling House)' 4 P. Williams (Florence Nightingale House). Through the hoops senior 'iris- 1 G. Cann (Edith Cavell House); 2 B. 'Setter (Florence
July 20, 1934 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
REWARD

REWARD

Fast, 3 U Woodrow House Team Race, potato relay—l Elizabeth Fry, 3 Edith Cavell, 3 Florence Nightingale Slow Bicycle Race, open—l L Coy, 2 N Abbott, 3 Petley Junior House Relay—l Edith Cavell, 2 Elizabeth Fry, 3 Florence Nightingale Egg and Spoon Race, open—l
July 30, 1932 - Framlingham Weekly News - Framlingham, Suffolk, England
 
THE CRIME THAT SHOOK THE WORLD

THE CRIME THAT SHOOK THE WORLD

caring little far the < pi:ia the outside world, had sentenced to death the kindly, calm-eyed, grey-haired English nurse, Edith Cavell. She and Ph.lippe Baurt). a Brussels architect. had been found guilty of conveying troops to the enemy; and that fateful
February 2, 1934 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
MISHAP AT CREDITON SPORTS

MISHAP AT CREDITON SPORTS

Grant (Edith Caveil House); 4, P. Wheeler (Elizabeth Fry House). Shoe race, junior . girls: 1, Thome (Edith Cavell House): 2, G. Harri* (Edith Cavell House); 3. M. Down (Grace Darling House) : 4, P. Williams (Florence Nightingale House). Through "the hoops
July 20, 1934 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
"I OWE MY LIFE TO EDITH CAVELL "

"I OWE MY LIFE TO EDITH CAVELL "

"I OWE MY LIFE TO EDITH CAVELL " FRENCHWOMAN RECALLS SCENE OF 20 YEARS AGO TO-DAY PARIS, Friday. 10 AYE life to Nurse Cavell. •If I had happened to be English and she French I should have been shot and she would have been saved." This was the striking
October 11, 1935 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
"OWE MY LIFE TO HER"

"OWE MY LIFE TO HER"

been saved." This was the striking statement made to Reuter's correspondent by Mlle. Louise Thulies, who worked with Miss Edith Cavell in the Great War. Mlle. Thulies was sentenced to death at the same time, and her name actually appeared on the fatal list
October 11, 1935 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MNURSE CAVELL'S DEATH" (the fanumt painting bp Albert Rotett)

MNURSE CAVELL'S DEATH" (the fanumt painting bp Albert Rotett)

therefore, you will do your duty as toldiert." Stoeber's words lacked conviction. He knew the shame that execution, even Edith Cavell knew. For when fellow captive had begged her to appeal against the sentence she had said simply: "It useless; I English
February 2, 1934 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
ISSUED BY THE MINISTRY. OF ENJOYMENT Nurse Cavell Would Have e

ISSUED BY THE MINISTRY. OF ENJOYMENT Nurse Cavell Would Have e

afternoon that the verdict was given," Mlle. Thuliez said. " Edith Cavell was sitting just in front of me during the trial. A few hours later the two women heard their death sentences. " Edith Cavell never flinched. Are you going to appeal for clemency ? '
October 12, 1935 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
CLOTHING WANTED

CLOTHING WANTED

so signally honoured by posterity as Edith Cavell, stoical nursing pioneer, who died at the hands of a world war firing squad. - Extensive research in connection with Herbert Wilcox's production of "Nurse Edith Cavell," starring Anna Neaglc, reveals that
September 16, 1939 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
ANIVA IVEAGLE AS NURSE

ANIVA IVEAGLE AS NURSE

NURSE PRESENTING on the screen one of Britain's foremost contemporary film players in her first American film. ' Nurse Edith Cavell" nas Anna Neagle in the title role. This will be the feature attraction at the Northfields and Southall Odeons and the
November 18, 1939 - West Middlesex Gazette - London, London, England