Page 7, 20th March 1936

20th March 1936
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Page 7, 20th March 1936 — BRITISH RED CROSS UNIT IN ABYSSINIA
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BRITISH RED CROSS UNIT IN ABYSSINIA

Dr. Melly in charge of the British Red Cross ambulance unit from the neighbourhood of Lake Ashangi reports on the 14th instant heavy losses of stores and material as the result of air bombing.

Ten tents have been totally destroyed and twenty-five are perforated and unusable. All but two weeks' supply of medical and surgical stores are destroyed. 100 wounded are being treated daily.

Native personnel from the Kenya and Somaliland border. who subsequent to bombardment requested to be repatriated, have left for Dessie in charge of an officer returning to their own country.




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