Shadows of War
Working in four other southern states (Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, and Mississippi), Bradley chafed under scheduling and logistical pressures. World War I brought new opportunities for her when Julia Lathrop, the head of the Children’s Bureau, persuaded President Wilson to declare a “Children’s Year.” Then doctors working for the American Red Cross in France recruited Bradley to join them treating refugees and evaluating civilians’ health in war zones.
Keywords: World War I, Bradley children, Julia Lathrop, Rural Children in North Carolina book, US Children’s Bureau studies, Dr. Anna E. Rude, malnutrition, Children’s Year, Red Cross Bureau for Medical Service in France
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