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  • "Army for Poland is now in the Making" 

    Unknown author (n.d.)
    A newspaper article "Army for Poland is Now in the Making" discusses the forming of the Grey Samaritans. The group will be trained in "nursing and dietetics, and the plan is to send them abroad to do reconstruction work ...
  • "Canada has fine Voices" 

    Unknown author (1924)
    A newspaper article "Canada has fine Voices" discussing the "'Operatic Situation in Canada'".
  • The El Paso Times, "El Paso Visitor Recalls March of Prussians Through Poland in 1916, Flight From Europe" 

    Sweeney Brown, Joteen (1942-11-05)
    A newspaper article from The El Paso Times, "El Paso Visitor Recalls March of Prussians Through Poland in 1916, Flight From Europe". The article includes quotes from Laura de Turczynowicz about the year she spent living ...
  • "Operatic Director to leave Toronto" 

    Unknown author (n.d.)
    An article that discusses Mme de Turczynowicz as an Operatic coach and director in Toronto and her impending move to Vancouver for a new position.
  • "Organizes Polish Gray Samaritans" 

    Unknown author (Underwood, 1918)
    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 ...
  • "Persecuted Poland === Through the Eyes of an American Woman" - The Journal Magazine 

    Meade, Norah (1917)
    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.
  • "Recruiting Nurses to Serve with Polish Legion 

    Unknown author (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".
  • "Red Cross Meeting to Hear Countess" 

    Unknown author (n.d.)
    A newspaper article, "Red Cross Meeting to Hear Countess" discusses the the arrival of Mme Laura de Turczynowicz, member of the National Cabinet of the Lithuanian nation, holding the portfolio of Public Charities.
  • "Von Hindenburg a Scientific Prussian Savage, Declares Madame De Turczynowicz" Binghamton Republican-Herald 

    Unknown author (1918)
    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.
  • "Woman's Story of the Hun Beast in Poland" 

    Boyd Stevenson, Frederick (1918)
    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.