Humane and intimate, how the Red Cross helped families trace the fates of WW2 soldiers

Humane and intimate, how the Red Cross helped families trace the fates of WW2 soldiers

Fiona Ross, University of Melbourne

There are about 59,000 cards in archival boxes from the Red Cross’s WW2 enquiry service. While their language is impersonal, the golden rule was to provide solace to soldiers’ families, and fast

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  1. Jillian Day says

    Kieran Richard Eddington Laha Abmon, beheaded by Japs, would love to know how long after capture When sent Gull Force to Lana,as a decoy !!!!