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)

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