Gladys Aylward

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Gladys Aylward (1902-1975) was a British missionary (from London) who went to Shanxi Province in China between the Sino-Russian War (1930) and the rise of Communism (1945). She was famous for leading 94 children from Yangcheng to Xi'an across mountains, avoiding Japanese soldiers, keeping the children fed, clothed, and warm while also carrying four different fatal diseases.

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