1916 The Story of a Red Cross Unit in Serbia
Published by J & A Churchill, 1916. Hardbound with protective sleeve, xv and 293pp, frontiespiece and b&w photographs and a map. Few spots scattered around but generally in very good condition. Signed one of the members of unit to their aunts. The unit headed by Dr James Berry and his wife, Dr May Dickinson Berry, was known as the ‘Anglo-Serbian Hospital’ or the ‘Royal Free Hospital’ – one of the many enterprises undertaken by the British peoples during the Great War. An appendix lists all the members of the unit – which included women doctors as well as nurses. Book accompanied by some newspaper clippings of the time.
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By James Berry, F. May Dickinson, W. Lyon Blease