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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
 
`LIVE FOREVER'

`LIVE FOREVER'

His name will live forever in the history of mankind." Edith Cavell's Helper Dies Prince Reginald de Croy. once sentenced to death for his part in underground work in Belgium with Edith Cavell during the First World War, has died in Brussels aged 82
April 14, 1961 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
By PETER MIDFORTH

By PETER MIDFORTH

of them Britiz,h Tommtes. escape from German-occupied Belgium into neutral Holland. As Dr Clark-Kennedy frankly admits. Edith Cavell's confession is. at first sight. " shattering." It exposed and irretrievably implicated those with whom she had worked
July 3, 1965 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Sal urtla. books Fiction Fanfare

Sal urtla. books Fiction Fanfare

not be full of hate. Heroic defeat Edith Cavell. by A. A. Hochling. Cazoell; 15s. LEAVING the facts of history in the margin. Mr. HMI- irgh .mg sets before the reader what he considers to be the reasons for Edith Cavell's heroic defeat. Why should a woman
March 29, 1958 - Western Mail - Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
 
Heroic Nurse

Heroic Nurse

Fifty years ago. Edith Cavell was executed by the Germans. This is also the centenary year of her birth, a timely reminder of the berocc nurse who is now part British history. Legend has blurred her First War image. It will be interacting
July 7, 1965 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
By Stanley Jackson

By Stanley Jackson

France collectors snapped up a luxury edition of 10.000 copies as fast as they were printed. Heroic Nurse Fifty years ago. Edith Cavell was executed by the Germans. This is also the trntenary rear of her birth, a timely reminder of the heroic nurse who is
July 7, 1965 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
FREIGHTER IN TOW

FREIGHTER IN TOW

Home, Withernsea, sister of Nurse Edith Cavell. has left £7.400 (net personalty. £7.293). She bequeathed her body to Bt. Thomas’s Hospital. London, and she left anything that belonged her late sister. Edith CaVell, another sister, Mrs. Walnwrtght. of
September 23, 1950 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
CLARICE DAVIDSON.

CLARICE DAVIDSON.

the letters feature last week.—Editorl Nurse Edith Cu' ell : Information Wanted Bir.—l am writing a biography of Nurse Edith Cavell (who was shot by the Germans in 1915 for helping British wounded soldiers to escape) and I would be very grateful to hear
May 26, 1966 - Cornish Guardian - Bodmin, Cornwall, England
 
SISTER NEAGLE

SISTER NEAGLE

Florence Nightingale and Edith Cavell and written about her researches into the lives and personalities of those two great figures. Hospital work has continued to draw her sympathies. She is a member of the Council of the Edith Cavell Homes for Nurses. DO
September 4, 1963 - Torbay Express and South Devon Echo - Torquay, Devon, England
 
NURSE CAVELL'S SISTER REMEMBERS COLLEAGUES

NURSE CAVELL'S SISTER REMEMBERS COLLEAGUES

227b, Queen-st., Withernsea, was her age, given as 83, and the fact that she left £7,400. Miss Cavell, a sister of Nurse Edith Cavell, for 30 years matron of Hull and East Riding Convalescent Home in Withernsea, she would never reveal her age, even to her
September 25, 1950 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England