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The Call and the Answer: A First-Hand Account of Volunteer Aid Workers in the First World War Paperback – 3 Sep 2018
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About the Author
Laurence Binyon (1869 1943) was a celebrated poet and expert on Japanese and Chinese art. When the First World War broke out in 1914 Binyon,who was over-age for military service, volunteered to serve as a medical orderly at a military hospital for French soldiers near Verdun.
Binyon s Poems of Two Wars (Dare-Gale Press, 2016) established his reputation as a major voice in both world wars, writing about his experience on the Western Front, and about London during the Blitz. In 1917 the Red Cross commissioned him to write about their extensive work in wartime France. This is an abridged version of that original account first published in 1919 as For Dauntless France, and not available since - until now.
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