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With Our Soldiers in France by Sherwood Eddy - Paperback
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With Our Soldiers in France by Sherwood Eddy - Paperback

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History
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9781770456518
Author
Sherwood Eddy
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Rarebooksclub.com
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Excerpt: ... the greatest single moral factor for the creation of that indefinable atmosphere which pervades every hut. Even rude and coarse men never think of swearing or speaking an indecent word within these walls. Nor do they forget to be grateful for the tireless service of these women, who stand for hours day and night serving them and providing for their physical necessities. The ...

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    Category Type
    History
    ISBN
    9781770456518
    Languages
    English
    Item EAN
    2724435101115
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    Author
    Sherwood Eddy
    Category Type
    History
    ISBN
    9781770456518
    Languages
    English
    Item EAN
    2724435101115
    People
    Author
    Sherwood Eddy
    People
    Publisher
    Rarebooksclub.com
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    Excerpt: ... the greatest single moral factor for the creation of that indefinable atmosphere which pervades every hut. Even rude and coarse men never think of swearing or speaking an indecent word within these walls. Nor do they forget to be grateful for the tireless service of these women, who

    Excerpt: ... the greatest single moral factor for the creation of that indefinable atmosphere which pervades every hut. Even rude and coarse men never think of swearing or speaking an indecent word within these walls. Nor do they forget to be grateful for the tireless service of these women, who stand for hours day and night serving them and providing for their physical necessities. The women workers are under the direction of Lady Rodney, who has had four sons fighting at the front, one of whom has already fallen in action. The men have been thrilled and moved to the depths as Lady Rodney has addressed them on "What Are We Fighting For?" and by her message to the men from the women at home. Several hundred of the choicest women of America will be needed for service among our own troops. They should be women who can stand for the whole principle of the red triangle. They must be ready for tireless and exhausting physical service, able to work with others without friction, prepared to meet the social needs of the men and to give a sympathetic hearing to the tales that will be poured into their ears, but above all they must be able to give a definite Christian message to men fiercely tempted and beset by doubts and difficulties. The soldier cannot live by bread alone, nor by the tea and coffee of a Y M C A counter; he needs God, and the friendship of good women, and the spirit of home which they carry with them. The hundred men who are working in these thirty British huts are worthy of note. A score of them are clergymen, who have resigned their churches for the period of the war. Many others are well-known ministers, laymen, or professors who have come over for a period of several months of service. The list of the men who have been serving here contains many distinguished names. There is Professor Burkett, the New Testament scholar of Cambridge, in charge of one of the huts; Professor Bateson, the great biologist of Cambridge, who has been lecturing on his.

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    • Category: History
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Language of Text: English
    • Author(s): Sherwood Eddy
    • Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
    • ISBN: 9781770456518
    • Number of Pages: 44
    • Dimensions: 9.69 x 7.44 x 0.09 inches
 

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