by Miles Franklin. Old Kajmackalan,a Kosciusko of these regions, which a year ago felt in one of the fiercest battles of the war, already has a crown of snow, some weeks old.
I went to bed the first night filled with enthusiasm to speak Serb and learn more of such winning gentlemen.
These comments of a camp cook upon experiences gained as a voluntary member of the army of the British Red Cross are submitted unpretentiously for what they are worth as a document of the war.
by Debbie Robson. Scottish surgeon Elsie Inglis (1864-1917) put her hand up but was told: “My good lady, go home and sit still.”
The editors educated women to understand that the unorganised woman worker was always at the mercy of the unscrupulous employer.