The Story of Edith Cavell
Beautifully written and based on the life of the real, inspiring heroine, The Story of Edith Cavell sweeps readers through Edith’s character-building childhood and into World War I, as she creates and operates Belgium’s first school of nursing despite the country being ruthlessly occupied. Edith becomes a key figure in the dangerous Belgian Underground and is subsequently caught and tried for high treason.
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This book is a suggested read-aloud for The Good and the Beautiful History Year 2 Course.
This book is retired from The Good and the Beautiful Library.
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