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Some Books About Red Cross Overseas Service

19 Sep 2018 9:58 AM | Dorris Heaston (Administrator)

The SRAO Story by Sue Behrens; a history of the SRAO (Supplemental Recreation Activities Overseas) Program 1953-1973 The SRAO Story.pdf

Pearls before Poppies: The Story of the Red Cross Pearls  by Rachel Trethewey 

In the Service of the Red Cross: Walt Disney's Early Adventures: 1918-1919 Paperback – June 24, 2015 by David Lesjak (Author), Bob McLain (Editor), Paula Sigman Lowery (Foreword)


Two Colored Women in World War I France (New Intro, Annotated) Paperback – November 22, 2016 by Addie W. Hunton (Author), Kathryn M. Johnson (Author) 


Edith's War: Writings of a Red Cross Worker and Lifelong Champion of Social Justice (Williams-Ford Texas A&M University Military History Series) 1st Edition

by Peter A. Witt (Author), Kara Dixon Vuic (Foreword)


One Woman's World War II Hardcover – April 21, 1994

by Violet A. Kochendoerfer (Author)


A Nurse's Story: Medical Missionary in Korea and Siberia, 1915-1920 Paperback – March 30, 2018 by Delia Battles Lewis (Author), Alison M. Lewis (Editor), John C. Parrish (Editor)


Memoirs of a Red Cross Doctor: Better to Light a Candle Kindle Edition

by Frank Ryding (Author) 


Our War: Bruce & Glenna Terrell in Vietnam Hardcover – 2018

by Glenna Terrell (Author)




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