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SHEFFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1916. OFFICERS’ DILEMMA. HOW AN AMBULANCE FLEET IS MAINTAINED. USEFUL MECHANICS. The fact that

SHEFFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1916. OFFICERS’ DILEMMA. HOW AN AMBULANCE FLEET IS MAINTAINED. USEFUL MECHANICS. The fact that

employees and four months for one. for allowing space to refer to this public danger that exists.—Yours, etc., J. W. IBBOTSON. EDITH CAVELL HOMES OF REST. 25, Victoria St.. Westminster, London, S.W. Alderman Oottell presided in the Second Court. In the case of
December 2, 1916 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
BRAVE AND BRIGHT TO THE END.

BRAVE AND BRIGHT TO THE END.

Foreign Affaire, and with reference to the previous correspondence respecting the execution by the German authority of M™ Edith Cavell, a British subject, at Brussels, has the honour to enclose herewith a copy a communication from the Minister at Brussels
October 23, 1915 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
MY ADVENTURES WITH NURSE

MY ADVENTURES WITH NURSE

how when Quien came to me to tell me about the arrest of Edith Cavell, I gave him an important package of drawings by Philip Baucq to take to the house of Madame Machies, and how, when Edith Cavell and I were put on our trial, one of these cards was produced
June 24, 1923 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
WITHOUT PREJUDICE

WITHOUT PREJUDICE

prices and rio rhymes for Hindenburg. A STATUE THAT "SPRANG UP IN A NIGHT": AN EDITH CAVELL MEMORIAL IN BRUSSELS-- DETAIL OF THE BASE. This statue to the memory of Miss Edith Cavell may almost be said to have sprung up in a night, so quickly was it set up
December 25, 1918 - The Sketch - London, London, England
 
NEW LIGHT on EDITH CAVELL: An investigation into the mystery of her betrayal

NEW LIGHT on EDITH CAVELL: An investigation into the mystery of her betrayal

machine by the autumn of 1914, MISS EDITH CAVELL The heroic English nurse who was shot by the Germans in Brussels for aiding allied subjects to escape. Among all the women who served their countries during the war, Edith Cavell stands out as the personification
July 9, 1927 - The Graphic - London, London, England
 
NEW LIGHT on EDITH CAVELL: An investigation into the mystery of her betrayal

NEW LIGHT on EDITH CAVELL: An investigation into the mystery of her betrayal

machine by the autumn of 1914, MISS EDITH CAVELL The heroic English nurse who was shot by the Germans in Brussels for aiding allied subjects to escape. Among all the women who served their countries during the war, Edith Cavell stands out as the personification
July 9, 1927 - Graphic - London, London, England
 
Kinomer's Film Review

Kinomer's Film Review

sacrifice for her \j, hands of a German firing . was Edith Cavell, a Com P ass i° n r er e^ow " 0 a heroine. 4 this woman's wonderful ' culminating in her martyr- , execution, is re-told in Edith Cavell," which at LA SCALA and deeply-impressive picture,
February 24, 1940 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Patron: HER MAJESTY QUEEN ALEXANDRA. THE Ebitb . Cavell Homes of 'Rest for 'Purses (Registered under the War Charities Act,

Patron: HER MAJESTY QUEEN ALEXANDRA. THE Ebitb . Cavell Homes of 'Rest for 'Purses (Registered under the War Charities Act,

ALEXANDRA. YOU ARE ASKED TO CONTRIBUTE AS MUCH AS YOU CAN AFFORD TO THE EDITH CAVELL $ : s HOMES OF REST FOR NURSES. : : : DONATIONS be sent to the Hon. Secretary. The Edith Cavell Homes of Rest for Nurses. M. Victoria Street. Leedom. &W. Cheques and P
December 30, 1916 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
Patron: HER MAJESTY QUEEN ALEXANDRA. THE Ebitb Cavell Homes of Vest for 'nurses Registered under the War Charities Act, 1916).

Patron: HER MAJESTY QUEEN ALEXANDRA. THE Ebitb Cavell Homes of Vest for 'nurses Registered under the War Charities Act, 1916).

1916). Offices: 25, VICTORIA STREET, LONDON, S.W. THEobject of the Institution is the establishment in memory of Nurse Edith Cavell, wherever possible, of a Home or Homes of temporary rest for practising trained women nurses and probationers who are or
December 16, 1916 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
THE DELIVERER

THE DELIVERER

NURSE CAVELL'S PROMOTION TO GLORY BY COLONEL MILDRED DUFF We learn that in the course of her career of helpfulness Nurse Edith Cavell on several occasions sent to Mrs. Booth those who were in special need, and The General in approving the idea of a memorial
January 1, 1916 - Deliverer and Record of Salvation Army Rescue Work - London, London, England