BRAVES DEATH DAILY
• 4» EXPLOITS OF RED CROSS NURSE. How Lady Dorothie Feilding, daughter of the Earl of Denbigh, is working at the front as a Red Cross nurse is told by Mr Arthur H. Glenson in the Philadelphia Saturcl*n"Evening Post." Mr Gleason, who was attached to the Hector Munro Motor Ambulance Corps serving with the Belgian Army writes : — One day, as we were on the road to the dressing stations, the noise of guns broke out". The young Belgian soldier who was driving her stopped his motor and jumped out. "I do care to go further," he said. Lady Dorothie, who is a skilful driver, climbed to the front seat, drove the car to the dressing station and brought back the wounded. I have seen her drive a touring car, carrying six wounded men, from at eight o'clock on a pitch-dark ni^ht, no lights allowed, over a narrow, muddy road on which the car skidded. She drove a motor into a town when the troops were marching out of it. Her guest for the afternobn was a war correspondent. "This is a retreat," he saijd. "It is never safe to enter a place when the troops are leaving it. I have had . experience." "We are going in to get the wounded," she replied. They went in-
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BRAVES DEATH DAILY, Grey River Argus, 3 August 1915
BRAVES DEATH DAILY Grey River Argus, 3 August 1915
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