The Call and the Answer -

The Call and the Answer

A First-Hand Account of Volunteer Aid Workers in the First World War

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At the height of the war in 1917, Laurence Binyon spent a month touring Red Cross hospitals and field canteens on the Western Front, talking to the men and women who were serving as volunteer nurses, doctors, ambulance drivers, canteen workers and medical orderlies. This is his account of that extraordinary journey and their remarkable heroism.

Product code: 9780993331121

ISBN 9780993331121
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H198xW129
No. Of Pages 384
Publisher Dare-Gale Press
At the height of the war in 1917, Laurence Binyon spent a month touring Red Cross hospitals and field canteens on the Western Front, talking to the men and women who were serving as volunteer nurses, doctors, ambulance drivers, canteen workers and medical orderlies. This is his account of that extraordinary journey and their remarkable heroism.