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EDITH CAVELL CASE.

EDITH CAVELL CASE.

EDITH CAVELL CASE. SHIP'S OFFICERS' ARREST IN FRENCH GUIANA. A letter has been received by the Imperial Mem.hant Service Guild from the Foreign informing them that • telegraphic report on the siihject 1 the imprisoned captain end chief of6cer of the Edith
February 10, 1925 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE MARTYRDOM CAVELL. Nurse Edith Cavell was con and shot by the G ermans in for aiding English and cape

THE MARTYRDOM CAVELL. Nurse Edith Cavell was con and shot by the G ermans in for aiding English and cape

THE MARTYRDOM CAVELL. Nurse Edith Cavell was con and shot by the G ermans in for aiding English and cape from Prussian cruelty. lived in Brussels fo r n i ne Y e ar trained English nurs e , s h e went to found a nurses' training h ome and her pupils were
October 30, 1915 - Kilkenny Moderator - Kilkenny, Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 
Edith Cavell centenary One hundred years ago to-day in a Norfolk vicarage Edith Cavell was born. Fifty years later she

Edith Cavell centenary One hundred years ago to-day in a Norfolk vicarage Edith Cavell was born. Fifty years later she

Edith Cavell centenary One hundred years ago to-day in a Norfolk vicarage Edith Cavell was born. Fifty years later she died facing a German firing squad in Brussels. She was one of England's war-time heroines. She was shot for helping English and French
December 4, 1965 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“`. ZIEILT TOOL& 12 Church Wrest. Liabsto.

“`. ZIEILT TOOL& 12 Church Wrest. Liabsto.

THE HARTYRDOI OF NURSE CAVELL. PARW, llinrisloy.—On the occasion of the and anniversary to-day of the death of Edith Cavell. the Edith Cavell Hospital School was visited by many eminent persons. Various decorations were bestowed yesterday on a number of
October 12, 1917 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IN MEMORY OF NURSE CAYELL.

IN MEMORY OF NURSE CAYELL.

Committee of the Edith Cavell Home of Rest for Nurses, was one of the floral and evergreen tributes laid on the memorial the martyred St. Martin’s Place, London, yesterday, in commemoration of the twelfth anniversary of the death of Nurse Edith Cavell, shot during
October 13, 1927 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NINTH TRIP

NINTH TRIP

of office to the president, who, that year, was the matron of the Edith Cavell hospital in Belgium. "Ws haws a uphill link with that hospital," Miss cordon explained. "Nurse Edith Cavell was our war correspondent there during the First World War. In fact
January 21, 1960 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MURDERED BECAUSE SHE WAS AN ENGLISHWOMAN.

MURDERED BECAUSE SHE WAS AN ENGLISHWOMAN.

ENGLISHWOMAN. Archdeacon Wilberforce; preaching Westminster yesterday, said—Let there be no mistake, let England see clearly. Edith Cavell waa murdered lor one reason onlybecause she woe Englishwoman. Her death has given unanswerable argument—it has taken the
November 1, 1915 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NUMB BAVBI.L PLOWBR NAT.

NUMB BAVBI.L PLOWBR NAT.

PLOWBR NAT. On ibe anniversary of the death of Edith Cavell. October 12, flower day will hr held in London, with the object of raising the money needed complete the endowment three of (he homes of the Edith Cavell Homes of Best for Nurses. WOMAN'S TWO TSARS'
September 18, 1920 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LIFE AND WORK OF

THE LIFE AND WORK OF

EDITH CAVELL Hodder and Stoughton are V, .innounce the publication r«- no-kable book dealing with the Life ami , v Ixlith Cavell. Tlie book has been Mi'ieu Mr. Charlton and Mr L. Lascot, who have been in close lic h with Miss Cavell’s
November 20, 1915 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A MOUNTAIN MONUMENT.

A MOUNTAIN MONUMENT.

MOUNTAIN MONUMENT. Thomas Argyle Clark a well-known American University Dean, has been roused appreciative enthusiasm Mount Edith Cavell. Some of the most beautiful and wonderful structures of the world were built in honocr of individuals—The Taj Mahal in
November 23, 1925 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland