Lena Ashwell: Touring Concert Parties and Arts Advocacy, 1914–1919
the plea for more concerts comes from every Base, from every Camp, every Hospital and from armies entrenched in the firing line, because Generals, Commanding officers, Doctors and Chaplains of all denominations, say the Concert parties are accomplishing work of ‘great military value’.
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