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THE PRESS AND JOURNAL TUESDAY OCTOBER SI lfTB Mary (99) remembers Edith Cavell

THE PRESS AND JOURNAL TUESDAY OCTOBER SI lfTB Mary (99) remembers Edith Cavell

THE PRESS AND JOURNAL TUESDAY OCTOBER SI Mary (99) remembers Edith Cavell IT WAS a cold grey Brown had been a nurse u/ADI n u>lian Miipce PniTM 1 neutral Holland. She tect, she was shot Shot not dawn when under Miss Cavell her WORLD was Shocked When NUKit
October 21, 1975 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
By OLIVER WARNER

By OLIVER WARNER

countries. Statue-aaart.Edith Cavell is unlikely to be forgotten, and although this biography is not the first, as the author is careful to point out, it is exceptional. By this coming autumn, sixty years will have passed since Edith Cavell died. It is astonishing
March 29, 1975 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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England. 9.30 The Velvet Glove (new series). First of six programmes starring Lynn Farleigh as Edith Cavell in Happy in War by Andrew Davies. Story of Edith Cavell, the World War 1 nurse who was shot by a German firing squad for sheltering British and other
January 26, 1977 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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about six wellknown woman. Tonight: Happy In War. With Lynn Fartelglit as Edith Cavell. the English nurse shot by the in Belgium during the Dint World War. Views of Edith Cavell have always differed. Bolded tbe legend of the saintly patriot can be glimpsed
January 26, 1977 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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beware , Hare hi of novelists' The Yea of first and welcome primer !matte. Michael melftyd (Heft. on men'. mann. John was Edith Cavell By Rowland when he died In 1961: It not antifeminist Ryder (panted Hamilton, long. busy which but sees ben many and SIM)
April 3, 1975 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
When nursing £5 per year

When nursing £5 per year

patient out of his fear there, 1 It was while there that she met a girl who had just returned from working under Nurse Edith Cavell in Brussels, and she was very impressed to hear about the work being done there. v Nurse Cavell had gone to Belgium in
October 22, 1975 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
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Sheeprto l i trials twat 9.30 The Velvet Glove: New play vi with Happy in War. star yeti F,llletgh as Edith Cavell Play Schoo. 10.00 News b.•ws Hudd,ono RADIO OXFORD Page Neer 7 00 Mar RAM 2 10 THAMES VALLEY on Afternoon Show 600 New. (lops
January 26, 1977 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
EDITH CAVELL

EDITH CAVELL

ROWLAND RYDER €4.95 'Her network became the first of the g resistance epics. ... a rare achievement,an enthralling narrative.' John Raymond, Sunday Times h Hamish Hamilton
April 12, 1975 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DAME ANNA NEAGLE as Nurse Edith Cavell (left) and as she is today (right) look on Anna Neagle THE latest

DAME ANNA NEAGLE as Nurse Edith Cavell (left) and as she is today (right) look on Anna Neagle THE latest

DAME ANNA NEAGLE as Nurse Edith Cavell (left) and as she is today (right) look on Anna Neagle THE latest chapter in the remarkable career of two famous cinema people is to be unfolded this month when the film, "Sixty Glorious Years," starring Dame Anna
August 13, 1974 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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Edith Cavell. By Rowland Ryder. (Hamish Hamilton. £4.50) Edith Cavell's monument, by Sir George Frampton, has stood near Charing Cross since 1920. It was erected by public subscription to commemorate the brave Norfolk woman who, on
March 29, 1975 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England