Birth of the Salvation Army
|Caption||Birth of the Salvation Army. At almost every meeting a violent incident would take place and William Booth himself needed a private bodyguard to protect him from aggressive roughs and urchins. One of Booth's early helpers was a young medical student called Thomas Barnardo (inset). Original artwork for illustration on p16 of Look and Learn issue no 655 (3 August 1974).|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||Salvation Army William Booth bodyguard roughs violence Barnardo Thomas Barnardo tent hats top hat bowler hat|
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