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Red Cross Work 1914-18


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Two wonderful books arrived today concerning the work of the Red Cross in the East of Scotland and Dorset packed full of information listing all the Auxiliary Hospitals when they were opened, who manned them {by name} number of beds etc both books have numerous photographs much better than I expected!!

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It would be useful were you to give the names of the authors and the exact titles and, to save others Googling, an indication of where the books can be obtained.

Thanks.

Moonraker

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Moonraker,

The Scottish book is;-

'An Illustrated Record of Red Cross Work in the East of Scotland'

issued by the Edinburgh Red Cross Committee

Printed by T.&A. Constable, Edinburgh in 1918

The front and spine of the book are entitled 'Red Cross Work in the East of Scotland'

Regards,

Alf McM

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Moonraker,

The Scottish book is;-

'An Illustrated Record of Red Cross Work in the East of Scotland'

issued by the Edinburgh Red Cross Committee

Printed by T.&A. Constable, Edinburgh in 1918

The front and spine of the book are entitled 'Red Cross Work in the East of Scotland'

Regards,

Alf McM

Nice one. Can I please ask if there is any mention of the Gordon Castle, Fochabers?

Many thanks

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Thanks, Alf. Conscious of the spate of Great War books being published, I'd wrongly jumped to the conclusion that these were new titles, not contemporary works.

Moonraker

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Thanks Alf, east but not quite north enough :) but thanks for checking anyway.

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