No Hatred Or Bitterness

No Hatred Or Bitterness

Author: Harper Jameson

Publisher: Level 4 Press

ISBN: 1646300122

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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Edith Cavell became a symbol of goodness and humanity during one of the most brutal wars the world had ever seen, simply by healing all soldiers that needed her help (German, British, French & Belgian). But while she was steadfast in keeping her hospital open to all who needed it, secretly she worked under the German occupier's noses to help create an underground railroad that ran right through her living room and saved over 200 Allied soldiers caught behind enemy lines. No Hatred or Bitterness is the story of her improbable success, her harrowing capture and her defiant refusal to give in to the darker forces of human nature, even as she faced a German firing squad.
No Hatred Or Bitterness
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