Title: The Study April-September 1918
Calendar year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Study Associates Charity Business Society of the Metropolis of New York
Subjects: Charities Social issues
Publisher: [East Stroudsburg, Pa., Study Associates]
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: Algoma University, Trent University, Lakehead University, Laurentian University, Nipissing University, Ryerson University and University of Toronto Libraries
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o individuals whowere day by day arriving from the east. Five tons of condensedmilk, chocolate, figs, cheese, etcetera., was secured from Paris, andlocal purchases had been built of a different ton of beans, rice, len-tils, etcetera., to provide individuals who had been passing by means of the evacu-ation facilities. Trucks had been employed to aid in the distribution. For three times provides had been given out freely from RedCross headquarters. Added condensed milk was boughtand dispersed. During Friday and Saturday, March 23and 24, some six,000 evacuees arrived in Amiens from villagesto the east. Our full nearby team worked late Saturday nightarranging to open up two residences as momentary hospitals for sickevacuees. An successful representative of the French RedCross appeared providentially, and evacuee trains commenced tomove out on Sunday, served with foodstuff, a section of which camefrom American Pink Cross provides. A record-breaking air raid transpired on Sunday evening, buto. twelve. 112 East 19 avenue, Neiv York metropolis ZZ 332 THE Study FOR JUNE 22, 191
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REFUGEES AT BEAUVAIS What immediately involved them was that they weregetting away from the unattractive excitement of the Gotha on Monday and Tuesday reduction to refugees was ongoing,and it was not right until right after a collection of air bombardments onTuesday evening and the common movement of the populationof the metropolis to the southwest had begun that the Pink Crossworkers made the decision to move with their get the job done. Quite a few of thepeople remaining by teach to locations mysteriously indicated bythe central govt authorities in Paris or by nearby militaryauthorities in despotic cost for the time remaining of transpor-tation. But railways had been required for armed service movements,and refugee trains turned much more scarce as the refugees in-creased, and so they used the freeway from Amiens to Poixas no community highways at any time had been used right until the CentralPowers commenced their warfare on civil populations. Pink Cross personnel possessing expended the morning in distributingthe remaining foodstuff supplies—chocolate, condensed milk, etcetera.—and possessing turned around
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