Part Two - Colonel Eugene Hurd of Seattle, Washington, Who Did Much for Russia
Colonel Eugene Hurd of Seattle, Washington, was one a few Americans, who by their individual efforts, did a tremendous amount of good. He volunteered in the beginning of the war and after two years' work in a surgical flying column, was given charge of a large Red Cross field hospital. He was beloved and respected not only by the soldiers under him, but also by all the people in the neighbouring country. They came to him with their children from miles around.