The Davies sisters pictured at the canteen set up by the French Red Cross, at Troyes in France
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World War One: Art collectors' help for refugees and soldiers

Gwendoline and Margaret Davies are perhaps best known for the vast collection of art they gifted to the nation.

But the sisters also had a pivotal role in the lives of many refugees and soldiers during World War One.

Charlotte Dubenskij reports.

  • 12 Mar 2014
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