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Paula Craft Dye
Paula Craft Dye • 2 years ago

Dorothy Lawrence in uniform, above left, and in her more usual civilian clothes. Dorothy Lawrence (4 October 1896–1964) was an English reporter who secretly posed as a man to become a soldier during the First World War. With forged identity papers as Private Denis Smith of the 1st Bn, Leicestershire Regiment she headed for the front lines, eventually arriving at the Somme by bicycle.

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