Reference numberMS/929/1/86
TitleCopy letter from Helena Gleichen, to General Goodwin [to James Mackenzie Davidson]
Date25 March 1918
Description[A copy of the letter Gleichen sent to Goodwin, sent to Mackenzie Davidson for reference.]

Informs General Goodwin that Mackenzie Davidson recommended she reach out to him with regards to taking some mobile X-ray cars to to the Western Front. Explains that she and Nina Hollings have spent two years at the Italian front as radiographers, during which they carried out 12,800 examinations and served 57 field hospitals and abdominal sections along the front. Asks General Goodwin to spare some time to talk over the possibility of utilising their radiography skills in this manner.
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