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"Von Hindenburg a Scientific Prussian Savage, Declares Madame De Turczynowicz" Binghamton Republican-Herald
An article in the Binghamton Republican-Herald, "Von Hindenburg a Scientific Prussian Savage, Declares Madame De Turczynowicz" discusses her encounters with the General in her home during the war.
"Persecuted Poland === Through the Eyes of an American Woman" - The Journal Magazine
An article describing the impact of war on the family of Mme. de Turczynowicz. She describes the illness, Typhus, that afflicted her children and the soldiers that lived in her home.
"Woman's Story of the Hun Beast in Poland"
The article discusses the experiences of Mme Laura de Turczynowicz during the first world war in Poland. The Germans kept her family prisoners for nearly a year and she recounts the terror they encountered during this time.
"Organizes Polish Gray Samaritans"
A brief caption with a photograph of Countess Laura de Gozdawa Turczynowicz. The caption reads, "Working in harmony with the Young Women's Christian Association, Countess Laura de Gozdawa Turczynowicz is organizing the ...
"Recruiting Nurses to Serve with Polish Legion
(Underwood & Underwood, 1918)
An article concerning the work of Countess Laura de Godawa Turczynowicz with the efforts in France. She "started a campaign to recruit 500 women to form an independent battalion to serve in France".
Sheet Music - "If He Can Fight-Like He Can Love Good Night, Germany!"
(Leo. Feist, Inc., 1918)
Sheet music and words to "If He can Fight-Like He can Love Good Night, Germany".
When the Prussians came to Poland; the experiences of an American woman during the German invasion
The story of Laura de Turczynowicz and her family during the first World War in Poland.