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WHY SHE WAS EXECUTED.

WHY SHE WAS EXECUTED.

she would have been saved." Thi■ (says Reuter► was the striking statement made by Mlle. Louise Thulies. who worked with Edith Cavell, who was sentenced to death at tho same time and whose name actually appeared on the fatal hat that after that of Philippe
October 11, 1935 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARCHDEACON WILBEBFORCE AND

ARCHDEACON WILBEBFORCE AND

COMPULSION. Archdeacon Wilberforce, preaching Westminster yesterday, said—Let there bo mistake. Let England see it clear. Edith Cavell was murdered for one reason only—because she was Englishwoman. Her death has given an unanswerable argument. It haa taken
November 1, 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern 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
 
ARGUMENT FOR COMFULSON " Miss Cavell was Murdered ”

ARGUMENT FOR COMFULSON " Miss Cavell was Murdered ”

Murdered Archdeacon Wilbcrforce, preaching Wesinrinster Abbey yesterday, aiud —Le* there be no mistake; lei England see clear; Edith Cavell was murdered for reason only —because she was Englishwoman. Her death has gjv. an unanswerable argument—it taken the nest
November 1, 1915 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SENT TO DREADED PRISON.

SENT TO DREADED PRISON.

keeper used to take them in for fifty centimes night each, risking his life to help us. "Nu, it is not correct to describe Edith Cavell as our leader. The Germans called her that to explain her executing. ••We all worked independently, hut, once the men were
October 11, 1935 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOSPITAL SHIPS AND AMBULANCE TRANSPORTS.

HOSPITAL SHIPS AND AMBULANCE TRANSPORTS.

those of CIVILIAN WAR VICTIMS. Edith Cavell Among Those Commemorated at Brussels. Brussels, Sunday. • This morning the unveiling took place of monument erected the memory of 35 civilians, among whom was Nurse Edith Cavell, who were shot the Getmana during
September 30, 1929 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MEMORIAL SERVICES.

MEMORIAL SERVICES.

new heroism for the defence of civilisation.” At Norwich Cathedral yesterday afternoon a service to the memory of Nurse Edith Cavell was held in the presence of a large congregation representing botn the city and county. The Lord Mayor and Corporation
October 29, 1915 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
sages quoted the opinion of the Government. Ttuteday next Lord Grattroore and Browne will ask the Government what is the

sages quoted the opinion of the Government. Ttuteday next Lord Grattroore and Browne will ask the Government what is the

36th Nei- Mow in , and what dope te W Office to tato order to ob t ain recruits for end the throe Irish Division.. IN Ol EDITH CAVELL (Central News Telegram.) PARIS, Wedueeday.-11. Judie (Wart today rimmed • timpani and school for French professional nursee
October 12, 1916 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MOHAMMEDANS ALSO GO IN

MOHAMMEDANS ALSO GO IN

Hospital. the sum required for this purpose; It way seem Vienna, Friday—" West and south of • large amount to collect. but Edith Cavell has leen her life for her country heroically and as —oni Bazar the Austrians, strengthened by ! r ed , as aver a 501dierp
December 4, 1915 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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in 1706, who actively engaged =Dawn Tribute= To Edith Cavell AT dawn to-morrow two nurses from the London Hospital. Whitechapel, where she once worked, will lay a wreath on the memorial to Edith Cavell, which looks down across Trafalgar Square. It will
October 11, 1940 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland