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ROBBED of her

ROBBED of her

doing what she felt to lie duty, entirely fearless and faithful unto abs was watts. to by the in- TM Germans pretend that Edith Cavell credible folly of was a spy. It n not true. Her offence those whom she helped. writing to thank was simply that of helping
February 26, 1928 - The People - London, London, England
 
MY ADVENTURES WITH NURSE

MY ADVENTURES WITH NURSE

into the Senate we were conducted to the seats usually occupied by Belgian Senators. This was the first time I had seen Edith Cavell since illness, and as I passed her to take my place in the room she sent a sympathetic little glance towards me, and looked
June 17, 1923 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6. Here it is necessary for mo to say that the Germans were more friendly disposed to

CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6. Here it is necessary for mo to say that the Germans were more friendly disposed to

Belgian mining engineer, who won- write and tell me how they are getting on. dered if it might not be possible to save Edith Cavell, once had commenced those British soldiers from falling into the our work, was the most fearless woman in hands of the
April 22, 1923 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
TRUTH ABOUT NURSE CAVELL: Eighteen Years' Silence Broken at Last

TRUTH ABOUT NURSE CAVELL: Eighteen Years' Silence Broken at Last

asked herself. To all Intents and purposes she was still prisoner. Escape from Brussels was impossible. Later that evening Edith Cavell was taken to the prison of St. Gilles. She was trapped; but her courage remained —that same courage which had sent her
February 2, 1934 - Daily Herald - London, London, England
 
REYNELL & WEST

REYNELL & WEST

and Robert Coots.. "Nurse Edith Cavell" has been produced so soon after the events that the participants in the actual case are still alive—and what is more, have been drawn into the cast. The screen play of "Nurse Edith Cavell" wss contributed by Michael
November 25, 1939 - Kensington Post - London, London, England
 
AMUSEMENTS. | ROYAL. EVENINGS 7.0 p.m. A IINEES—Wednesday and Saturday at 2-30. Ever Popular Musical Comedy "HO! NO! NANETTE" With

AMUSEMENTS. | ROYAL. EVENINGS 7.0 p.m. A IINEES—Wednesday and Saturday at 2-30. Ever Popular Musical Comedy "HO! NO! NANETTE" With

Derby-road. TO-DAY. aSJA NEAGLE with GEORGE SANDERS GEORGE SANDERS and EDNA MAY OLIVER m " NURSE EDITH CAVELL." 315. NURSE EDITH CAVELL." 45. With RSE EDITH CAVELL." &9- 0. 1 Supporting Programme. i>- Thure. Cont. Fri. and Sat. 813b Wrrir»',i Bulwell's Premie
March 18, 1940 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
AMUSEMENTS. ROYAL. EVENINGS at 7.0 p.m. MATIN —Wednesday and Saturday 2-30. The Ever Popular Musical Comedy "NO I NANETTE" With

AMUSEMENTS. ROYAL. EVENINGS at 7.0 p.m. MATIN —Wednesday and Saturday 2-30. The Ever Popular Musical Comedy "NO I NANETTE" With

NEAGLE with GEORGE SANDERS ANNA NEAGLE GEORGE SANDERS ANNA NEAGLE and EDNA MAY OLIVER "NURSE EDITH CAVELL." 315. NURSE EDITH CAVELL." 6 45. NURSE EDITH CAVELL." & 9. 0. With Full Supporting Programme. Mats. Mon. and Thurs. Cont. Fri. and Sat. 815b SCALAL
March 21, 1940 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
AN EDITH CAVELL MEMORIAL.

AN EDITH CAVELL MEMORIAL.

AN EDITH CAVELL MEMORIAL. The Rev. Dr John Brown, Bellahouston, moderator-designate of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, opened in Charing Cross Halls, Glasgow, a sale of work, the proceeds of which are to be devoted to the Glasgow Edith
April 7, 1916 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EDITH CAVELL MEMORIALS

EDITH CAVELL MEMORIALS

EDITH CAVELL MEMORIALS SUGGESTED HOME OF REST FOR NURSES . A suggestion was made "b y the Nursing Mirror that the memorials to Edith Cavell , the martyr nurse , should take . some form which would benefit such members of her profession as might \> & broken
November 12, 1915 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AN EDITH CAVELL BED . Oakleigh , Greenock . SlE , —The public are anxious to erect a memorial to

AN EDITH CAVELL BED . Oakleigh , Greenock . SlE , —The public are anxious to erect a memorial to

AN EDITH CAVELL BED . Oakleigh , Greenock . SlE , —The public are anxious to erect a memorial to Miss Edith Cavell , our latest heroine . What more fitting memorial could bo thought of at the present time than to name various " Edith Cavell " beds in
October 28, 1915 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland