S 131 Edith Cavell: A Forgotten Heroine (2014)

Edith Cavell was executed in Brussels in October 1915 for helping 200 Allied soldiers escape German-occupied Belgium. This largely forgotten heroine founded modern nursing in Belgium; her death raised an outcry across the world.

Her life demonstrates her commitment to nursing, which in turn derives from her Christian discipleship. She gave her life so that soldiers might live, displaying extraordinary courage over nine months. This insightful study reflects on her inspirational life and death, exploring themes and posing questions for personal use.
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Author: Nick Miller

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