The American Red Cross in the Great War

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THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IN THE GREAT WAR

BY HENRY P. DAVISON CRAIRMAN OF THE WAR COUNCIL OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS

New York THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1919

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Dedicated v
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • Part I 1
  • Chapter I - When the Storm Burst 1
  • Chapter II - Massing the Forces of Mercy 12
  • Chapter III - Divisions and Chapters 23
  • Chapter IV - Work for the Soldier at Home 37
  • Chapter V - The Navy 52
  • Chapter VI - Home Service 65
  • Chapter VII - Soldiers of the Cross 78
  • Chapter VIII Mobilizing the Children 93
  • Chapter IX - Supplies and Transportation 107
  • Chapter X - The Disabled Soldier 122
  • Part II 132
  • Chapter XI - On the Battlefront 132
  • Chapter XII - "Backing Up the French" 151
  • Chapter XIII - The Children of France 163
  • Chapter XIV - Switzerland the Central Station 179
  • Chapter XV - Belgium 193
  • Chapter XVI - The Story of Italy 207
  • Chapter XVII - Great Britain 222
  • Chapter XVIII - Rumania 233
  • Chapter XIX - The Tragedy of the East 252
  • Chapter XX - Russia 267
  • Chapter XXI - The League of Red Cross Societies 282
  • Appendix - The Story in Figures 291
  • Index 297
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