Miss Cavell simply gave shelter to soldiers and in some way facilitated their escape to Holland.
Most of these fundamental rights were denied to Miss Cavell.
One of the principal subjects was done under the impulse of a great indignation, for Nurse Cavell had been executed.
After a time the Germans began to be suspicious of Miss Cavell.
This makes the fate of Miss Cavell our affair as much as that of the Lusitania.
Tragedians, in all probability, will brood on the story of Miss Cavell.
Miss Cavell assisted these soldiers to escape into a neutral country which was bound, if possible, to apprehend and intern them.
It seems the sentence of Miss Cavell was not pronounced in open court.
Her home succeeded so well that three years after its commencement, Miss Cavell started also a training school for nurses.
Miss Cavell treated this question with the silent contempt it deserved.