An Ethiopian Diary

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An Ethiopian Diary

By J. W. S. Macfie
University Press of Liverpool, 1936
132 pp. $5.00

A simple but moving history of the British Ambulance Service on the northern front. Ample evidence -- including photographs -- is given of the havoc wrought by Italian aviators on the Red Cross stations. This is one of the most valuable sources on the war, for the author, unlike most of the correspondents, actually saw hostilities.

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