THE SAD STORY OF EDITH CAVELL and the ROYAL NAVY'S INVOLVEMENT IN HER DEATH and FUNERAL

What you are about to see is a rarity for a web page.

I have converted a standard Power Point file into a standard HTML web page meaning that you do not need to have Power Point installed on your computer to view it. You will see it and use it as though you were viewing in Power Point mode which will involve you in being interactive, and at your own pace clicking on areas on and within each page as directed just as you would with Power Point proper.

The page contains text, pictures, images, and audio so speakers will be required.

 As regards the first AUDIO FILE it is rather long and of an elderly lady recounting her days with Edith Cavell so sometimes difficult to understand. Don't be alarmed or put-off because I have transcribed her talk with an interviewer into text which you can read on Pages 5 and 6. Just so you can say you heard the voice of one of Edith Cavells nurses, give it a go for a few minutes to see if you can 'tune' your ear to her Irish accent. Then remember to switch it off before proceeding to page 4..

Because the plates are of a hugely varying and complex sizes, the presentation is not suitable to be used as a slide-show!

NOTE : Once you have clicked on the URL below you will arrive at a largely blank page save for some text. First off IGNORE the section which says DOWNLOAD VIEWER - YOU DON'T NEED IT. Then to begin the POWER POINT simply click on the title viz "The County of Norfolk gave birth to two" - the two meaning this lady Edith CAVEL and our very own Horatio Nelson, and then on OPEN.

The navy's  part in all of this story comes in SECTION FOUR from frame 98 to 108

Just one more thing, it is a large file and may take a little longer than the norm to open, but once you see the Power Point icon on your screen it is ready for use.

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