Execution of British nurse Edith Cavell by the occupying Germans for helping Allied soldiers to escape, Brussels, Belgium, World War I, 1915
|Caption||Execution of British nurse Edith Cavell by the occupying Germans for helping Allied soldiers to escape, Brussels, Belgium, World War I, 1915. Un crime Allemand qui a indigne la conscience humaine. L'assassinat de Miss Edith Cavell. Illustration from Le Petit Journal, 7 November 1915.|
|Artist||French School (20th Century)|
|Artwork medium||colour lithograph|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||history historical 1910s First World War World War One World War1 World War I WW1 WWI army soldiers military propaganda woman women heroism bravery courage murder murdered death killed dead body Firing Squad execution executed British English nurse Edith Cavell occupation occupied German Brussels Belgium pistol pickelhaube spiked helmet atrocity atrocities War Crimes Rape Of Belgium|
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