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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
 
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
 
Mrs M. R. lielbvir

Mrs M. R. lielbvir

biography of Edith Cavell which was published in 1965 and accompanied him to Brussels that year to visit the Palace which became both hospital and prison cell. Mrs Hellyer was invited every year to Norwich to lay a wreath on Edith Cavell's grave. She
October 8, 1977 - Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser - Sevenoaks, Kent, England
 
Six in The Velvet Glove

Six in The Velvet Glove

plays, to be produced by Anne Head, are in order of recording: Happy in War by Andrew Davies with Lynn Farleigh playing Edith Cavell. directed by James Ormerod Married Love by Fay Weldon with Vivian Pickles as Marie Stopes, directed by Hugh David Beyond
November 18, 1976 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
BENNY HILL

BENNY HILL

of “The Velvet Glove," BBC2’s now Wednesday series about famous women, but I was left with several nagging doubts -about Edith Cavell, Her 'latest biographer, Rowland Ryder, claims that "It would have been completely against Edith Caveil’s nature to betray
January 29, 1977 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MABBIAGCS

MABBIAGCS

Helen Jane y.,unger daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Ewen Wmdyrldge West Cults. Aber deen. Future address Alum | Rock, enr Edith Cavell and Vandemerwe. Hillbrow. Johan, nesburg. BURNET —MOIR. —At St Mary Church. Carden Place. deen on December 1075. the V«ry
December 26, 1973 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Head welcomes the new boys

Head welcomes the new boys

Anne Head is also working on a further series dealing with the lives of six famous women. Marie Stopes, Elizabeth Fry and Edith Cavell have already been chosen: the other three are "still being thought about." Although dramatisations, the very nature of
June 24, 1976 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTER: The Velvet Glove

LETTER: The Velvet Glove

sue plays". The publicity in Radio Times included a biographical n6te about each of the famous women dealt with, who were Edith Cavell, Marie Stopes, Mary Baker Eddy. Elizabeth Fry, Annie Bes ant, and Lilian Baylis suggesting that these were to be essentially
November 3, 1977 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Television Today Reviews: Suzman's evening

Television Today Reviews: Suzman's evening

fascinating to see her. by sheer force of will, transform the image of the nursing sister from that of a Mrs Gamp to an Edith Cavell. While she was doing and being she was irresistible. But in the analyses of her character (mother-fixation? Lesbian? neurotic
September 19, 1974 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Ex-King Alfonso of Spain.

Ex-King Alfonso of Spain.

commuted in consequence of his intervention, while, had the Spanish minister at Brussels had time to communicate with Madrid, Edith Cavell would not have been shot. Last, but by no means least, was his work for the prisoners of war. Like his relatives, the Emperors
August 22, 1970 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England