Page 3, 1st April 1938

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Page 3, 1st April 1938 — To Commemorate the Great Deeds of the Fifth Army

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To Commemorate the Great Deeds of the Fifth Army

Front General SIR HUBERT GOUGH, G.C.B.

Among the readers of the CATHOLIC HERALD there must be many who served in the Fifth Army and therefore belonged to that band of noble men who, after great achievements extending over two years of war, were asked in March, 1918, to sacrifice themselves in meeting the enemy's great offensive.

Because there is nothing to mark or keep alive the memory of this great sacrifice and undying valour, some of us are now trying to create a living memorial by endowing two wards in a great hospital where survivors and their dependants may be cared for in sickness.

Her Majesty the Queen, President of St. Mary's Hospital, in which the wards are to be endowed, has graciously approved the proposal and has headed a list of subscriptions with her own donation.

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