British Red Cross
|British Red Cross|
|Years active:||4/8/1870 –|
|Specific type:||Red Cross society|
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|Name1:||British Red Cross Society|
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|Parent unit:||International Committee of the Red Cross|
|Subordinate unit:||Australian Branch, British Red Cross|
|Subordinate unit:||New Zealand Branch, British Red Cross|
Margaret Gray trained as a nurse in Australia. She went to England in 1914 and became a Matron with the British Red Cross Hospital at Rouen. The Australian War Memorial has her autograph book and a brief narrative of her experiences.
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