The Story of Edith Cavell | Shocking Letter Describing Last Moments Of A WWI Hero

Edith Cavell was a British nurse who had the courage to save the lives of soldiers on both sides of WWI without discrimination. The consequences she faced for this were fatal and cost the young women her life. She was executed on October 12th, 1915 for war crimes.

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The American Revolution | Sybil Ludington – A Revolutionary War Hero’s Letter

Sybil Ludington was a simple colonial women living just outside of New York in 1776 during the American Revolution in rural Dutchess county. She was the eldest child of commander Henry Ludington. Sybil’s father belonged to the Dutchess County militia.

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Book Review | Struggle & Suffrage In Plymouth Written By Tracey Glasspool

I am going to take a moment away from the civil rights movement to discuss a book I recently received from Pen & Swords Books titled Struggle And Suffrage In Plymouth – Women’s Lives And The Fight For Equality written by Tracey Glasspool. It is amazing!

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