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29 June 2021
In 1916 Dorothy Canfield Fisher and her husband went to France to help the war effort. John Fisher worked for the ambulance service while Dorothy worked in different aid programmes. She established a home for refugee children, a Braille Press where blind veterans could work, and edited a war magazine for disabled soldiers. The second half of The Deepening Stream describes some aspects of the Fishers' years in wartime France.
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