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EDITH CAVELL MONUMENTS for Paris and London: THE FRAMPTON MEMORIAL FOR LONDON

EDITH CAVELL MONUMENTS for Paris and London: THE FRAMPTON MEMORIAL FOR LONDON

EDITH CAVELL MONUMENTS for Paris and London. THE FRAMPTON MEMORIAL FOR LONDON The British Cavell Memorial will occupy a site at the foot of St. Martin's Lane close behind the National Portrait Gallery. Behind the figure of Edith Cavell will rise a monument
April 13, 1918 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
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
 
I a. d. Collected from Members and Friends of the Rotherham (Yorks) W. 8.5., per Mrs. M. A. MacLagan, Tress.

I a. d. Collected from Members and Friends of the Rotherham (Yorks) W. 8.5., per Mrs. M. A. MacLagan, Tress.

Greenock Edith Cavell," No. 1, (Royaumont) ... ... ... ... " Greenock Edith Cavell," No. 2, (Royaumont) ... ... ... ... " Greenock Edith Cavell," No. 3, (Royaumont) ... ... ... ... " Scotsman Edith Cavell," No. 1, (Royaumont) "Greenock Edith Cavell[
January 14, 1916 - Common Cause - 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
 
Changed Tunnels

Changed Tunnels

1 —1, St. Lawrence: 2. Florence Nightingale; 3. Edith Cavell. Form 2—l. Grace Darling: 2. St. Lawrence; 3. Edith Cavell. Form 3—l, St. Lawrence; 2, Edith Cavell; 3. Grace Darling. Form 4—l. Edith Cavell; 2. St. Lawrence: 3. Florence Nightingale. Flat
July 27, 1948 - Thanet Advertiser - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
ADENOIDS,

ADENOIDS,

trial had already taken place, and Edith Cavell had been found guilty! Of the trial itself it is impossible to say much. It took place in secret, and only the barest details as to what transpired have leaked out. Edith Cavell's face, after her two months solitary
December 10, 1915 - Millom Gazette - Millom, Cumberland, 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 - Graphic - London, London, England
 
MISS CAVELL'S EXECUTION

MISS CAVELL'S EXECUTION

Miss Edith Cavell, a British subject, who was recently executed that capital. London, October 18. 1915. No. 6,377. Legation of the United States of America, Brussels, August 31, 1915. Excellency.—My Legation has been informed that Miss Edith Cavell, a British
October 22, 1915 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England