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Cavell

Edith Louisa. 1865--1915, English nurse: executed by the Germans in World War I for helping Allied prisoners to escape
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Cavell is the founder and principal of Cavell Mertz & Associates, and has designed, built, and certified numerous station antenna systems over the years.
The Cavell Nurses' Trust has supported nurses, midwives and health assistants since being founded in 1917 following the execution of Edith Cavell, a British nurse shot dead by the Germans in 1915 for helping to evacuate 200 Allied soldiers in Belgium.
Edith Cavell worked as a British nurse during the First World War and she saved the lives of more than 200 Allied soldiers by helping them escape from German-occupied Belgium.
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Cavell, whose courageous actions have long been celebrated across the world, applied to work at the former Swansea General and Eye Hospital on St Helen's Road not once but twice.
Appeals from the Vatican and the United States, which at that stage of the First World War was still neutral, fell on deaf ears and Cavell was tied to a post in her nurse's uniform and shot at dawn by a German firing squad on October 12, 1915.
Edith Cavell paid the ultimate price for her commitment to her patients when she was killed by a German firing squad on 12 October 1915, at just 50 years of age.
DEAR Editor, Might I be allowed to add some clarification to the otherwise excellent report by Marion McMullen on the sad case of Edith Cavell (Post, October 15).
Cavell eventually provided certified trained nurses for 37 institutions and she formed a Red Cross hospital in Brussels and nursed wounded German and Belgian soldiers after war broke out in 1914.
Since Stanley Cavell first argued for Thoreau's importance to philosophy in The Senses of Walden (1972), very few philosophically inclined literary critics and even fewer professors of philosophy have pursued the claim.