poster: 'The Power of an Idea. Henry Dunant was a young Swiss who after witnessing the suffering of soldiers wounded during the Battle of Solferino in 1858, asked the question, "would it be possible to form relief societies for training volunteers to care for the wounded in wartime?" This thought brought the worldwide Red Cross movement into being.'


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poster: 'The Power of an Idea. Henry Dunant was a young Swiss who after witnessing the suffering of soldiers wounded during the Battle of Solferino in 1858, asked the question, "would it be possible to form relief societies for training volunteers to care for the wounded in wartime?" This thought brought the worldwide Red Cross movement into being.' Issued by British Red Cross Society. With a black and white image.
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Henry Dunant (b.1828, d.1910)

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