lunes, 3 de febrero de 2014

4º British: Sofía Casanova, a Spaniard journalist in the Great War

Sofía Casanova, born in Galicia, was the first woman working as a war journalist. Hired by the newspaper "ABC", she wrote about the War of Morocco, the Great War, the Russian Revolution... and even the Nazi period. 

During the Great War, she joined as a volunteer nurse the Red Cross hospital in Warsaw, taking care of wounded soldiers from the front. She visited the trenches of the allied troops, claiming against the new weapons. 

She died in 1958 in Poznan (Poland). Now you can discover more things about her intense and controversial life.

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