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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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Many undergraduate student nurses, and more recently student midwives, owe their ability to complete their program of study directly to an Edith Cavell Trust financial scholarship.
Interestingly, Miss Cavell was tried not for espionage but for treason' even though she was not a German national.
Inspired by the words of Laurence Binyon s poem, Edith Cavell, the coin s inscription reads SHE FACED THEM GENTLE AND BOLD .
We want to recognise the bravery of Edith Cavell but more importantly, we want to raise vital funds to help today's nurses, healthcare assistants and midwives who are facing difficult times.
Inspired by the words of Laurence Binyon's poem, entitled Edith Cavell, the inscription reads: "She faced them gentle and bold.
Born in the Swardeston, Norfolk, in 1865, Edith was the eldest of four children of the Reverend Frederick and Mrs Louisa Cavell.
In his 1985 address "Hope Against Hope," Cavell provides a clear if indirect suggestion.
Years and many adventures later, Edith Cavell was invited to begin a nursing school in Brussels to educate and train nurses for Belgium.
Over the past fifty years, Cavell has written about Shakespeare's tragedies, golden-age Hollywood comedies, fiction by Henry James, improvisational jazz, Continental philosophy by Friedrich Nietzsche, Martin Heidegger, and Jacques Derrida, and, perhaps most famously, the essays of Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Eve Cavell was one of 15 students from universities and colleges across the UK to win prizes in the Wool School initiative run by The Campaign for Wool.