Helping the youngest war victims

One of the deadliest legacies of the First World War was disease - not just the Spanish flu, but typhus, smallpox, and consumption. As this fund-raising pamphlet argued, children in Eastern Europe were especially vulnerable.

Canadian Red Cross Society, British Empire War Relief Fund (To Combat Disease and Distress in War-stricken Areas in Europe and Asia), Statements by Rt Hon Arthur J. Balfour, Mr Herbert Hoover, Dr John L. Todd and Dr Norman White (1920)

Ley and Lois Smith War, Memory and Popular Culture Research Collection - The University of Western Ontario - London, Ontario
booklet, 16 pages, 9.5cm x 23.1cm