Edith Cavell: Nurse, Spy, Heroine

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Putnam, 1968 - Nurses - 95 pages
A biography of the English nurse who used her directorship of a nursing school and clinic in Belgium during World War I as a front to aid the escape of Allied soldiers from German occupied territory, an act for which the Germans executed her as a spy.

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