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Tornadoes generally produce damage paths of 100 yards wide or less, with path lengths of a couple miles.Floods: Sudden onset water phenomena with different speed of occurrence. 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It has specificity for N-terminal SERINE; ALANINE; THREONINE; GLYCINE; VALINE; and CYSTINE residues and acts on nascent peptide chains after the removal of the initiator METHIONINE by METHIONYL AMINOPEPTIDASES.N-Terminal Acetyltransferase E: An N-terminal acetyltransferase subtype that consists of the Naa50p catalytic subunit, and the Naa10p and Naa15p auxiliary subunits. It has specificity for the N-terminal METHIONINE of peptides where the next amino acid in the chain is hydrophobic.Glycyrrhiza uralensis: A plant species of the family FABACEAE.Schizophrenia: A severe emotional disorder of psychotic depth characteristically marked by a retreat from reality with delusion formation, HALLUCINATIONS, emotional disharmony, and regressive behavior.Pandemics: Epidemics of infectious disease that have spread to many countries, often more than one continent, and usually affecting a large number of people.Influenza, Human: An acute viral infection in humans involving the respiratory tract. 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It includes both killed and attenuated vaccines. The composition of the vaccines is changed each year in response to antigenic shifts and changes in prevalence of influenza virus strains. The vaccine is usually bivalent or trivalent, containing one or two INFLUENZAVIRUS A strains and one INFLUENZAVIRUS B strain.
American National Red Cross. War Council (1917). "American Women in Canteens". The Work of the American Red Cross: Report by ... American Red cross. p. 90. "Artist's Wife Sues for Loss of His Love; Mrs. Edouard Steichen Says Marion Beckett Alienated Her ... In 1917, she worked as a canteen worker for the Red Cross in France, and it was during this time period that she is believed to ... By 1919, Beckett established a studio in the Latin Quarter of Paris, where she entertained Steichen. They were believed to have ...
"Chief for Red Cross in Paris". The Washington Post. 21 February 1919. p. 6. Retrieved August 8, 2014 - via Newspapers.com. " ... He served as the Commissioner of the American Red Cross in Europe, from 1919 to 1921 during the war and as a United States ...
The Red Cross Bulletin. Bureau of Publications for the Department of Chapters, American Red Cross. 1919. Borch, Fred (2013-07- ... the British Royal Red Cross (Second Class) medal, and the United States Distinguished Service Medal. MacDonald was born in ... the British Royal Red Cross (Second Class) medal, and the United States Distinguished Service Medal. After General Douglas ... MacDonald was also one of three women to receive the United States Distinguished Service Cross for her heroism during World War ...
... former buildings were merged with the Junior Red Cross Home across the road to become the Lady Hore-Ruthven Junior Red Cross ... The wife of the governor, or if the governor is female, the governor herself, has since been the president of the Red Cross in ... "The Lady Galway Red Cross Convalescent Home". Trove. National Library of Australia. 25 September 1919. Retrieved 17 April 2015 ... "Official opening of the new Australian Red Cross premises". Government House South Australia. 25 March 2014. Retrieved 17 April ...
"Red Cross Wounded and Missing: Charles Henry Morley". Australian War Memorial. Retrieved 16 May 2015. Charlie Morley's ... 2 May 1919. p. 2. Retrieved 17 May 2015. "Roll of Honour: Charles Henry Morley". Australian War Memorial. Retrieved 16 May 2015 ... 9 May 1919. p. 3. Retrieved 16 May 2015. "Football Notes". The Australasian. Melbourne, Vic.: National Library of Australia. 5 ... Morley died in London on 13 April 1919, while being transported to the Royal Herbert Hospital. He had been suffering from ...
The Red Cross Magazine: 18-22, 66, 68. Retrieved 2011-11-16. "Gerrit A Beneker 1881-1934 - Ancestry". records.ancestry.com. ... August 1919. Missing or empty ,title= (help) Gerrit Beneker at Find a Grave. ... Philpott, A. J. (November 1919). "The Brush That Draws Them Together". ...
Major in American Red Cross, Switzerland, 1918-1919; president of the Massachusetts Medical Society 1919-1921; professor of ...
Larch-Miller became involved in the work of the Red Cross during the first World War. She was secretary of the county Red Cross ... "Red Cross Nursing May Be Permanent in State Schools". Muskogee, Oklahoma: Muskogee Times-Democrat. 23 September 1919. p. 10. ... In 1919, she was authorized by the State Board of Education to supervise the addition of nursing training to the state normal ... In October, 1919, Larch-Miller, who was heading the ratification committee, and a delegation of suffragists secured a majority ...
Vice-Chairman, Territorial Nursing Service; Member of QAIM Nursing Board; Deputy President of British Red Cross Society, ... 1919-22; of Scottish Savings Committee, 1916; of General Nursing Council, 1928; Central Council Broadcast Adult Education, 1930 ...
Map of Franklin County, Ohio (1883). (view this map >) Upper Arlington World War I Red Cross Unit (c. 1918). (view this photo ... Ohio Guardsmen were trained at this camp to defend the United States against cross-border attacks from Pancho Villa's Mexican ... September 1919). (read this issue >) Photographs and most text-based items in the UA Archives collection have been scanned by ...
American National Red Cross Relief Committee, p. 27. American National Red Cross Relief Committee, p. 75. "Transport Service To ... American National Red Cross Relief Committee (1889): Reports: May 1898; March 1899, The Knickerbocker Press, New York. ... Port Victor was thereafter quickly put into operation, transporting Red Cross ambulances and mules to Cuba; unfortunately, the ... Sold in 1919, she briefly returned to mercantile service under the name SS Hastier, until being damaged by a fire in 1920 and ...
International Committee of the Red Cross. Retrieved 13 May 2012. "Arms Control and Disarmament - Between the world wars, 1919- ...
Diplomatically the new country was an unrecognized pariah state; only the Danish Red Cross would talk to them officially. ... The Red Army of Soviet Russia invaded all three states in December 1918 to January 1919. However they were driven out by August ... In 1919 they opposed the League of Nations, and in 1920 they gave lukewarm support to the Democratic presidential ticket. ... China did have a seat at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919. However it was refused a return of the former German concessions ...
He ultimately raised £1,785 for the British Red Cross. Tirpitz was bought by William Cavendish-Bentinck, 6th Duke of Portland, ... The ship's company of the Glasgow awarded 'Tirpitz' an 'Iron Cross' for having remained in the ship after its shipmates had ... Tirpitz was eventually auctioned off for charity as pork in 1919. ...
In 1917 he served as Red Cross Commissioner in Mesopotamia and liaised with the Indian Red Cross because so many Indian ... Prominent in the Red Cross during the First World War, Lawley succeeded the youngest of his brothers as Baron Wenlock in 1931, ... War and the Rise of the Red Cross by John F. Hutchinson. Westview Press, 1997. The Times, 16 June 1932, obituary of Lord ... Lady Lawley Cottage (Western Australian Red Cross). 2008. ISBN 978-0-9554457-2-9. The eighth tour of H.E. The Hon. Sir Arthur ...
While Margaretha and her sister Immaculata worked for the Austrian red cross. At the fall of Habsburg monarchy, the republican ... The rest of the family moved to Spain in January 1919. They lived in Barcelona, with simplicity for more than fifteen years. ...
The FAU came under the jurisdiction of the British Red Cross Society. It was dissolved in 1919. It was refounded by a committee ... The FAU operated from 1914-1919, 1939-1946 and 1946-1959 in 25 different countries around the world. It was independent of the ... Miles, James E.; Tatham, Meaburn (1919). The Friends' Ambulance Unit, 1914-1919: a record. London: Swarthmore Press. LCCN. ... 1919-2007), a journalist and Chairman of Oxfam George William Series (1920-1995), spectroscopist (ODNB entry) Olaf Stapledon ( ...
A Red Cross Worker's Ocean Perils, 1919 Ruth Fielding Down East; Or, The Hermit of Beach Plum Point, 1920 Ruth Fielding in the ... 1917 Ruth Fielding in the Red Cross; Or, Doing Her Best fOr, Uncle Sam, 1918 Ruth Fielding at the War Front; Or, The Hunt fOr, ... Ruth Fielding of the Red Mill; Or, Jasper Parloe's Secret, 1913 Ruth Fielding at Briarwood Hall; Or, Solving the Campus Mystery ... Ruth Fielding in the Red Cross https://www.gutenberg.org/files/36395/36395-h/36395-h.htm Emerson, Alice B. Ruth Fielding at the ...
For this she was awarded a medal by the Hungarian Red Cross [7]. But a more enduring role to her Theosophical role was the ... They had one son, Michael, born in 1919. Annie Besant, Curuppumullage Jinarajadasa and Harold Baillie-Weaver were his ...
She also became first aid and surgical certification from the American Red Cross. Young's father greatly influenced her ... Although he died in 1919, she continued to study and practice art. During her lifetime she made more than 400 pieces of artwork ...
Eager to return to Europe, in April 1919 Rogers joined the Red Cross. He spent two and a half months working in Paris. In late ... Rogers was an instructor in economics in 1916 and then an associate professor in 1919 at the University of Missouri. He then ... Rogers authored Bulletin Number 23 in the project, Prices of Cotton and Cotton Products, in 1919. ...
She became the President of the Red Cross in Galati. In 1917 she was a co-founder, with Maria Baiulescu, Ella Negruzzi and ... In 1919 she published The Problem of the Rights of the Romanian Woman. She campaigned for reform of the powers of the ...
Murray's Career is Varied and Notable". The Red Cross Magazine. Washington, DC: American Red Cross: 33. Rinaldi, Richard A. ( ... He served as vice chairman of the Central Committee of the American Red Cross from his retirement until his return to uniform ... Jenks, J. E. (February 8, 1919). "In Congress: Gen. Murray, Committee Clerk". Army and Navy Register. Washington, DC: Army and ... 2004). The US Army in World War I - Orders of Battle - Ground Units, 1917-1919. Takoma Park, MD: General Data LLC. p. 209. ISBN ...
He then joined the Red Cross. From 1914 to 1917, he worked as a nurse on the Western and Eastern Fronts. After contracting ... In January 1919, Wirth was elected to the Constituent Assembly which met at Weimar. At the time he described himself as a "firm ... "Kabinette von 1919 bis 1933 (German)". Deutsches Historisches Museum. Archived from the original on August 4, 2014. Retrieved ... The Burden of German history, 1919-45: essays for the Goethe Institute, Michael Laffan Methuen, 1988, page 89 Joseph Wirth, ...
Archduchess Immaculata served as a Red cross Nurse during the conflict. At the fall of Habsburg monarchy, the republican ... In January, 1919 they arrived in Barcelona where they settled for over a decade. They lived very modestly. Initially they ...
She is interred in Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California.[8][16] Astor has a motion pictures star on the Hollywood ... When they returned to Southern California, Astor freelanced and gained the pivotal role of Barbara Willis in MGM's Red Dust ( ... whose red lotus design Astor called "unfortunate"), and Batchelder tiles. Moorcrest, which has since undergone a multimillion- ... In 1919, Astor sent a photograph of herself to a beauty contest in Motion Picture Magazine, becoming a semifinalist. When Astor ...
THE RED CROSS. Noyes, Clara D. Noyes, Clara D. Less AJN, American Journal of Nursing. 19(10):776-780, July 1919. ... NURSING NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS NATIONAL THE AMERICAN NURSES ASSOCATION THE NURSES RELIEF FUND, REPORT FOR MAY, 1919. ...
Larch-Miller became involved in the work of the Red Cross during the first World War. She was secretary of the county Red Cross ... "Red Cross Nursing May Be Permanent in State Schools". Muskogee, Oklahoma: Muskogee Times-Democrat. 23 September 1919. p. 10. ... In 1919, she was authorized by the State Board of Education to supervise the addition of nursing training to the state normal ... In October, 1919, Larch-Miller, who was heading the ratification committee, and a delegation of suffragists secured a majority ...
American National Red Cross. War Council (1917). "American Women in Canteens". The Work of the American Red Cross: Report by ... American Red cross. p. 90. "Artists Wife Sues for Loss of His Love; Mrs. Edouard Steichen Says Marion Beckett Alienated Her ... In 1917, she worked as a canteen worker for the Red Cross in France, and it was during this time period that she is believed to ... By 1919, Beckett established a studio in the Latin Quarter of Paris, where she entertained Steichen. They were believed to have ...
And so, to the question Now that the war is done is the Red Cross work over? we answer No, not only is it not over but what ... The Red Cross has planned out a program of social and physical recreation suited to the needs of these recovering boys, and ... The Palestine Lodge House Red Cross section was one of the best in the city. We were used as a headquarters on the occasion of ... The Red Cross acts as the peoples intermediary. Debarkation hospitals in the large cities adjacent to ports are crowded to ...
1963: International Committee of the Red Cross / League of Red Cross Societies ... They would then cross to Spitzbergen where they would find a ship to take them home.[59] ... He led the team that made the first crossing of the Greenland interior in 1888, traversing the island on cross-country skis. He ... Portrait of Fridtjof Nansen published on ICRC Library and Archives blog CROSS-files ...
1963: International Committee of the Red Cross / League of Red Cross Societies ... In addition to the Nobel Peace Prize, he was awarded the Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor of France and analogous honors from ... supported the founding of the International Labor Organization in 1919, and presided over the ILO Conference of 1928 in Geneva ...
Red Cross Scarecrow, figure, like a scarecrow, of a woman with Red Cross Flag ... 3073 Good 1919, June 1 New York City 032. Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., Madison Ave.; banner: Headquarters, Republican ... Manuscript Group 1368, East Orange Historical Society, East Orange, New Jersey, Glass Plate Negative Collection, 1890 - 1919. ... Glass Plate Negative Collection, 1890-1919, 954 glass plates /12.5 linear feet. Call Number: MG 1368 + box number ...
Jane A Delano; Isabel McIsaac; American National Red Cross.] ... American Red Cross textbook on elementary hygiene and home care ... American National Red Cross. a schema:Organization ;. schema:name "American National Red Cross." ;. . ... American Red Cross textbook on elementary hygiene and home care of the sick. Author:. Jane A Delano; Isabel McIsaac; American ... schema:name "American Red Cross textbook on elementary hygiene and home care of the sick"@en ;. schema:productID "4800903" ;. ...
... transported refugees and American Red Cross officials to Constantinople from the Russian ports of Novorossiysk and Theodosia; ... She was largely concerned with the movement of prize crews and repatriation of crews of German ships until 22 June 1919 when ... She arrived in Plymouth, England, 26 March 1919; transported a contingent of British-American troops from Harwich to Murmansk, ... She arrived on station 14 July 1919 and broke the flag of Rear Admiral Mark L. Bristol; ...
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.. National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies There is ... Components of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement ... Components of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross and ... The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies The object of the International Federation of Red Cross ...
Known for his work for the Red Cross, Paynes use of the South Park Board to solidify the position of the Chicago Democratic ... From October 1921 until his death, Payne was chairman of the American Red Cross. In May 1921 he pledged funds for a permanent ... Payne tried to bring volunteers and paid staffers of the American Red Cross, and also sent the organization in a new direction ... She died in 1919.) After the outbreak of World War I, Payne went to Washington, D.C., to act as counsel for the Emergency Fleet ...
Demonstration at the Red Cross Emergency Ambulance Station in Washington, D.C., during the influenza pandemic of 1918 ... Two American Red Cross nurses demonstrated treatment practices during the influenza pandemic of 1918. ... Red Cross workers remove a flu victim in St. Louis, Missouri (1918) ... Policemen wearing masks provided by the American Red Cross in Seattle, 1918 ...
... the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRCS), and more than 180 national Red Cross or Red ... The Red Cross and the Red Crescent are symbols which are used by organizations which are part of the International Red Cross ... International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum in Geneva, Switzerland. Other images: Entrance, Room 6, Room 11 ... An American Red Cross vehicle distributing food to Grand Forks, North Dakota victims of the 1997 Red River flood ...
THE RED CROSS AND PROFESSOR RICHARD P. STRONG. Science 10 Oct 1919:. Vol. 50, Issue 1293, pp. 343. DOI: 10.1126/science.50.1293 ...
Join Red Cross - All You Need is a Heart and a Dollar - Red Cross. Artist Artist Unknown Medium and Support color lithograph on ... Join Red Cross - All You Need is a Heart and a Dollar - Red Cross; Artist Unknown. ... crosses how we live posters text-based art war Rights If you are interested in using an image for a publication, please visit ... circa 1917-1919 Object Creation Place. North and Central America (continent). United States (nation). Credit Line Gift of Mr. ...
1917: Rhymes of a Red Cross Man by Robert W. Service. (Also published: On Growth and Form by DArcy Wentworth Thompson). 1918: ... Rhymes of a Red Cross Man by Robert W. Service. (Also published: Eminent Victorians by Lytton Strachey). 1919: The Education of ... published in 1919, which also happens to be the #1 best nonfiction book according to Modern Library. ...
American Red Cross nurses tend to flu patients in temporary wards set up inside Oakland Municipal Auditorium, 1918. ... Demonstration at the Red Cross Emergency Ambulance Station in Washington, D.C., during the influenza pandemic of 1918 ... Two American Red Cross nurses demonstrating treatment practices during the influenza pandemic of 1918. ... Red Cross workers remove a flu victim in St. Louis, Missouri (1918) ...
"Red Cross. Retrieved October 30, 2018.. *^ "First Aid Kits, Emergency Essentials, & Survival Kits , Red Cross Store". Red Cross ... Red Cross".. *^ "American Red Cross - Community Services". American Red Cross. Archived from the original on August 25, 2007. ... Johnson suit over Red Cross imageEdit. Further information: Emblems of the Red Cross § Johnson & Johnson v. American Red Cross ... "American Red Cross. Retrieved September 18, 2015.. *^ The Federal Charter of the American Red Cross Archived July 30, 2012, at ...
Begins working for the Red Cross in Alexandria.. 1919. Returns to England. ... she retaliated by going to his room at night with the intention of cutting off his long red beard. He awoke on her approach, ... In 1919 Bretts parents set her up in a house in Hampstead and gave her an annual allowance in an effort to push her into ... The Formative Years: [1885-1919], London: Heinemann, 1972.. Robert Lucas, Frieda Lawrence: The Story of Frieda von Richtofen ...
The Third Red Cross Rollcall. THE Greatest Mother in the World will soon again call the roll of her followers and supporters. ... That never was true of any land or time, and today the Red Cross finds more to do than it can possibly do unless the American ... It will not be mistaken support, your giving your name to the Red Cross, for the tide of discouragement and sickness and want ... The thought that the Red Cross exists only for emergency relief in war and disaster must be superseded now by that other one ...
During the Second World War instead of joining the army, he worked with the British Red Cross team in China. He came to ... He was presented with the Royal Astronomical Society Gold Medal in 1915 and from 1919 to 1921, he was its president. He was the ... After leaving Imperial in 1919, he continued his research privately and discovered that there were two types of light from the ... He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1905 and delivered the Bakerian Lecture in 1911 and 1919. ...
The Red Cross in War: Womans Part in the Relief of Suffering. (London et al: Hodder and Stoughton, 1914), by Mary Frances ... Helping France: The Red Cross in the Devastated Area. (Dutton, 1919), by Ruth Gaines (illustrated HTML at BYU) ... Outposts of Mercy: The Record of a Visit in November and December, 1916, to the Various Units of the British Red Cross in Italy ... Co., 1919), by Victor George Lundeen (page images at HathiTrust). *. Oberlin: The War Years. (1940), by Albert Rees and Francis ...
International Committee of the Red Cross: Handbook of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. 13th edition, ICRC ... International Committee of the Red Cross: Handbook of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. 13th edition, ICRC ... International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) • International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) ... The American Red Cross threatened to supplant the ICRC with its creation of the Federation as "a real international Red Cross" ...
... by American Red Cross, United States. Department of the Army. Office of the Surgeon General, United States. Bureau of War Risk ... Philadelphia : The Corporation, 1919), by United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation. Industrial Service Section ... Washington, Federal board for vocational education, 1919), by H. A. Pattison (page images at HathiTrust) ...
Department of Civilian Relief American Red Cross Manuel of Home Service. * Department of Civilian Relief American Red Cross ... WWI: Red Cross Nurses Rhode Island State Archives. Timeline American Expeditionary Forces. *A Guide to the American Battle ... When You Go Home American Red Cross Home Service. * ... Red Cross Chapter (Indianapolis) at Work. * Red Cross in Iowa, ... Department of Civilian Relief, Washington, D.C. American Red Cross.. * ...
  • Two American Red Cross nurses demonstrated treatment practices during the influenza pandemic of 1918. (wikipedia.org)
  • St. Louis Red Cross Motor Corps on Duty During October 1918 Influenza Epidemic. (gjenvick.com)
  • Although there is not universal consensus regarding where the virus originated, it spread worldwide during 1918-1919, with many troops fighting in the First World War becoming infected. (kentonline.co.uk)
  • There were 3 different waves of illness during the pandemic, starting in March 1918 and subsiding by summer of 1919. (cdc.gov)
  • The Motor Corps of St. Louis chapter of the American Red Cross on ambulance duty during the influenza epidemic, October 1918. (cdc.gov)
  • Cue the constant hand-washing, and stock up on hand sanitizer, because we are about to venture into a brief, local history of the Spanish Flu Pandemic of 1918-1919. (kentonlibrary.org)
  • Immediately after the onslaught of Spanish Influenza, the Red Cross made efforts to recruit nurses to aid in the epidemic (Kentucky Times Star, 5 Oct. 1918). (kentonlibrary.org)
  • Officers of the State Literary and Historical Association of North Carolina 1918-1919 President James Sprunt, Wilmington. (ncdcr.gov)
  • Red Cross volunteers respond to the Great Pandemic, 1918. (northend.org)
  • The killer, whatever its source, savaged the United States in three murderous waves: the first, in the early spring of 1918, the second, in the fall of 1918, and the third, in the winter of 1918-1919. (northend.org)
  • Charles, an observer for the 28th Aero Squadron, was killed in action over France on August 11, 1918, and was awarded both the French Cruix de Guerre and his own country's Distinguished Service Cross posthumously. (southcoasttoday.com)
  • Enrollment swung in the other direction during the following year, 1918-1919. (ncsu.edu)
  • Similar information, although much condensed, also appears in the 1918 and 1919 Agromeck yearbooks. (ncsu.edu)
  • In 1918, Sister E. Gertrude Fleming, now In charge of the Military Sanitorium at Macleod, received the Royal Command to attend Buckingham Pal- ace so that she might be invested with the Royal Red Cross (Second Class). (gravesecrets.net)
  • There were qualified nurses, but the hospital was otherwise staffed by a Voluntary Aid Detachment of the Red Cross, consisting of village ladies, under their commandant Mrs Caroline Rhodes who lived at Hennerton. (getreading.co.uk)
  • 1 She was with the Voluntary Aid Detachment and British Red Cross Society during the First World War. (thepeerage.com)
  • From Gallipoli until months after the war, thousands of doctors, nurses and other medical personnel, such as dentists, stretcher bearers, Voluntary Aid Detachment workers, veterinarians, and Red Cross personnel, laboured to try to save those who had been wounded or made ill by the unique conditions of the war. (awm.gov.au)
  • Having refused the offer of the bishopric of Bendigo, Victoria, in 1919, Lees accepted appointment as Archbishop of Melbourne in 1921. (edu.au)
  • Edith Bolling Galt Wilson (1872 1961) was de tweede vrouw van de Amerikaanse president Woodrow Wilson en First Lady van de Verenigde Staten tussen 1915 en 1921. (forumeerstewereldoorlog.nl)
  • When the First World War of 1914-18 opened, the New Zealand Red Cross movement, as we know it today, had not been formed. (teara.govt.nz)
  • This article pictures, quotes from, and explains a publication in 1919 of a Jewish holocaust by the Kaiser's Germany and in which the same 6 million Jews were said to have been murdered between 1914-1919, during World War One, 28 years before the Nuremberg Trial made that exact sae accusation against defeated Nazi Germany. (jewwatch.com)
  • He was the president, from 1914 through 1919. (thousandislandslife.com)
  • The British Red Cross Register also contains less detailed entries for people who had previously served, but had cancelled their contracts at the date of the Armistice. (findmypast.co.uk)
  • Thomas Rodman Plummer's grave is in a village cemetery in Moyenmoutier, France, near where the gentleman farmer from Potomska Road served on a humanitarian mission, working with the Red Cross before succumbing to illness shortly after the Armistice. (southcoasttoday.com)
  • John Barrymore was such an actor, and his Richard III and Hamlet, first seen in New York during the 1919-20 and 1922-23 seasons, stand as high water marks of twentieth century Shakespearean interpretation. (szinhaz.hu)
  • Sweden was one of the countries who aided a group of about 26 000 children during the years 1922-1924 and the coordination of this work was provided by the Swedish Red Cross. (oru.se)
  • In July 1919 a meeting was held at Cannes sponsored by the then allied powers, Great Britain, U.S.A., France, Japan, and Italy, at which the League of Red Cross Societies was constituted. (teara.govt.nz)
  • She was largely concerned with the movement of prize crews and repatriation of crews of German ships until 22 June 1919 when she got underway to serve as station and flagship at Constantinople, Turkey. (wikipedia.org)
  • Both women were also fervent supporters of the Red Cross and actively engaged in relief efforts during World War I. Although it is not certain when they met, correspondence confirms that they were acquainted by 1919, if not sooner. (frick.org)
  • Between 1905 and 1919 Lees wrote at least fifteen theological works including The King's Way (1910) and The Practice of the Love of Christ (1915). (edu.au)
  • In 1919, Mrs Rhodes was awarded the MBE, in recognition of her work. (getreading.co.uk)
  • In deciding on the name, "The New Zealand Branch of the British Red Cross Society", the words "and Order of St. John" were added on the motion of the late A. E. G. Rhodes, an officer in the order. (teara.govt.nz)
  • At the end of this conference, on 29 October 1863, the International Committee for the Relief of the Wounded was founded (now the International Committee of the Red Cross), composed of the five Swiss members that had convened in February. (nobelprize.org)
  • The Overseas Mission sailed the week of February 6, 1919, more than a year and a half after their original intention, and part of them returned to New York on May 5,1919. (phoenixmasonry.org)
  • Probably not, even though a former Governor of New York wrote about it in 1919, because that early holocaust never became a best-seller. (jewwatch.com)
  • To give homogeneity to these various groups engaged in this Red Cross work, inquiries were made of the British Red Cross Society in London, with the result that under its Supplemental Charter of 1911 it granted authority to constitute a branch of its organisation in this Dominion. (teara.govt.nz)
  • Barton became President of the American branch of the society, known as the American National Red Cross in May 1881 in Washington. (wikipedia.org)
  • Frederick Douglass , famed abolitionist and friend of Clara Barton offered advice and support as Barton sought to establish the American chapter or the global Red Cross network. (wikipedia.org)
  • to take part in many parades and public exercises in behalf of the Red Cross, Y.M.C.A., Liberty Bonds, and other special war work. (ncsu.edu)
  • A third wave of illness occurred during the winter and spring of 1919, adding to the pandemic death toll. (cdc.gov)
  • The third wave of the pandemic subsided during the summer of 1919. (cdc.gov)
  • A report published today by the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement shows that about 70 percent of refugees surveyed in Turkey reported having lost their jobs since the start of the pandemic. (typepad.com)
  • To help train the auxiliary firefighters as well as prepare for the opening of Fire Station 6, a 1919 American LaFrance Type 75 pumper was purchased at auction from Farmville, NC. (legeros.com)
  • But for those members who do not wish to undertake this type of training, there are many Red Cross activities which require only the interest and enthusiasm of the volunteer. (teara.govt.nz)
  • In 1919 Amelia decided to enroll in Columbia University for medical studies, but quit a year later to be with her parents in California. (smore.com)
  • For her services in Egypt Matron Creal was awarded the Royal Red Cross (1st Class) in the New Year honours of 1919. (edu.au)
  • For indicative purposes only, the above symbols or combinations of them can be incorporated inside of the new Red Crystal emblem. (wikimedia.org)
  • Under this convention, all medical installations in the field in time of war are to be granted immunity as long as they provide shelter for the wounded, and medical personnel are to treat all wounded persons impartially, under the protection of badges and flags displaying the Red Cross emblem. (nobelprize.org)
  • Vested with this power Red Cross operations were accelerated, committees being set up in territories to conform with the then four military districts, i.e. (teara.govt.nz)