The affect of an air raid on Chinese Labourers, a contemporaneous account

To add to the drivers’ difficulties, numbers of Chinese ran screaming about the place, many of them crazy with fear. One girl was asked to keep a Chinaman in her car while the men went to fetch more patients, but though quite a little man, she had to invite a passing soldier to come and sit on him, to restrain him from tearing wildly away cross the fields

Account of the night 18th-19th May, 1918
(Sgd) Muriel Thompson
First Aid Yeomanry Gazette, July 1918.



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