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Excerpts from Letters Concerning Christian Science Wartime Activities
[Report about Canteen provided by Christian Scientists for use in England]
Before the invasion of the Continent, the sick and aged were evacuated from towns on the south coast. They were transported inland in convoys of buses and cars, and the mobile canteen was active for four days feeding them on their journeys. Altogether about one thousand eight hundred and fifty people were given food and hot drinks. One of these assignments entailed meeting a convoy at a particular point which was not easily accessible, and the difficulty was finally overcome by flying the fully laden canteen and its attendants by transport plane to a near-by aerodrome. The journey was very successful, and after a perfect landing it was found that all equipment was still in place, and not more than two cups of liquid had been spilled from the brimming urns.
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