By F. Tennyson Jesse
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The girls are well looked after, for it must not be forgotten that some of them are not more than eighteen, and their parents in England have a right to demand that these children should be at once guarded and cheered. No Red Cross girl is allowed out after half-past nine in a restaurant, and none is ever allowed to dine out unaccompanied by another girl. But when a friend of a girl passes through Boulogne, then it is permitted that she and another girl may go and dine with the officer in question, always provided they are back by CHAPTER XIII 41 nine-thirty.
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But also let us, while differing, understand. CHAPTER XIV 44 CHAPTER XIV NOTES AND QUERIES On my last evening I sat and thought about the girls I had seen and known, in greater and less degrees, in passing. And I saw them, not as unthinking "sporting" young things, who were having a great adventure, but as girls who were steadily sticking to their jobs, often without enjoyment save that of knowledge of good work well done. And I thought of those prophets who gloomily foretell that the women will never want to drop into the background again--forgetful of the fact that where a woman is is never a background to herself.
The Sword of Deborah: First-Hand Impressions of the British Women's Army in France... by F. Tennyson Jesse