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Red Cross Girls in Belgium

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"Red Cross Girls in Belgium" by Margaret Vandercook is a riveting and heart-wrenching tale set in war-torn Belgium during World War I. The story follows a group of American Red Cross volunteers as they navigate the challenges of working in a war zone, witnessing the devastation and suffering firsthand.

Vandercook's writing paints a vivid and poignant picture of the struggles faced by the people of Belgium, from shortages of food and medicine to the constant threat of violence. The characters are well-developed and relatable, each grappling with their own fears and doubts as they try to make a difference in the midst of chaos.

The novel is filled with suspense and drama, as the Red Cross girls face danger and uncertainty at every turn. Vandercook did an excellent job at capturing the sense of camaraderie and resilience among the volunteers, showcasing the power of compassion and the human spirit in the face of adversity.

Overall, "Red Cross Girls in Belgium" is a moving and well-crafted historical fiction novel that highlights the courage and selflessness of those who risked everything to help others during wartime. It is a compelling and thought-provoking read that will stay with you long after you've turned the final page.

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Four young American women have joined the Allied forces under WWI. In this volume of the series they are in Belgium, and they are dealing with the mysterious past of one of the girls, the possible romance between a French Count and another of the girls , Belgian children, and other civilians. Summary by kathrinee

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