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DR KATHERINE STORRContemporary British HistorianA social and cultural historian, Katherine Storr has focussed on British women's history in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries
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GRACE CHARLOTTE VULLIAMYNow available From AmazonShining While the Lamps Were Out The life of Grace Charlotte Vulliamy, CBE "The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our life-time".Said by British Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Greyon the eve of the United Kingdom's entry into the First World WarISBN: 10: 1986435350ISBN-13: 978-1986435352'Real happiness or rather worthwhile happiness, I do feel comes from helping others when one can.'Grace Vulliamy centre, rear, with Quaker workers in HollandGrace Vulliamy trained as a ‘psychological nurse’ in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This was a new form of nursing that took into account the fact that boredom caused illness. When the First World War started Grace Vulliamy was in London and joined the Women’s Emergency Corps, running the Interpreting Department. Refugees were flooding into England and the Government asked for someone to medically examine women and children in Flushing. Grace went. To read more Please use this link