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W320 Wounded group, mixed regiments.
W324 Wounded soldier, 4th Battalion, Duke of Edinburgh’s (Wiltshire Regiment).
B984 Nurse Agatha Pearce, Ashton Court Manor VAD hospital, Somerset, November 1918. Courtesy of Clyde Morrison.
W323 Concert party group, Beccles? Courtesy of John Spragg.
W322 Wounded and nurses group, Robert Jackson, East Surrey Regiment (third from right). Courtesy of John Spragg.
W321 Unnamed nurses group: 3 years fine service, Red Cross, Queen’s District Nursing Service, Almeric Paget Massage Corps, 1919. Courtesy of John Spragg.
W320 VAD Hospital, Beccles,1919, sent by Robert Jackson 44089 East Surrey Regiment, wounded 15 October 1918, Messines Ridge. Courtesy of John Spragg.
U305 Anzac wounded and scouts, Cambridge railway station. A.J. Davies Studio, Cambridge.
W319 Reverse of wounded group, V.A.D. Hospital, Fordham, posted to Miss E. Taylor lodging at Selwyn College Cambridge, most likely nurse at the First Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge.
W318 Wounded group, V.A.D. Hospital, Fordham. Posted to Miss E. Taylor lodging at Selwyn College Cambridge, most likely nurse at the First Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge.
W317 Wounded group, with Fred Barber (third left), Lydney V.A.D. Hospital, May1918. Courtesy of Anne Lomas.
W316 Wounded group and nurses, Wycliffe V.A.D. Hospital. Courtesy of William Mearns.
W315 Ronald Edwin Smith, 31st Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force, and pal, Military Convalescent Hospital, Woodcote Park, Epsom, September 1918. Courtesy of Mark Smith.
W314 Cecil F. Whenmouth, Royal Field Artillery, 28 May 1917. His brother Charles, 23rd Battalion, London Regiment, died 26 May 1915.
W313 Nurse Cowell (left) and other nurses. Courtesy of Paul Hughes.
F452 Recipient of the Silver War Badge and pal. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
W312 Named wounded group.
W311 Unnamed wounded pals.
W310 Convalescents, First Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge, posted to Mrs. H. Garlick, 8, High Street, Malmesbury.
W309 Medical staff, First Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge.
W308 Wounded soldiers preparing for an ‘operation’.
W307 Wounded soldiers and Sister.
W306 Wounded pals, Royal Artillery.
W305 Dennis A. Pratt 20414 of South Walsham, Norfolk Regiment, Albert Edge Studio, Wilmslow, and Seaman Studio, Great Yarmouth.
F442 Royal Artillery officer and lady, J. Speight Studio, Sutton Coldfield.
W304 Nurses and wounded soldiers, with Edwin Martin Jelly, 5th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment (third from left, front row). Courtesy of Scala.
F429 Sergeant John Henry Edwards, King’s (The Liverpool Regiment), seated, and family. Courtesy of Brian Edwards.
W303 Nurses and Royal Army Medical Corps officers, Third Southern General Hospital, New College, Oxford, Gillman & Co., Oxford.
W301 Convalescents, First Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge. J. Palmer Clarke studio.
W300 Operating theatre, First Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge.
W299 Wounded and nurse, 3rd Red Cross Hospital, Abbeville.
W298 Wounded soldiers and caring staff: Blakely, Coulu and Anderson, 3rd Red Cross Hospital, Abbeville.
W292 Nurses, staff and wounded, 3rd Red Cross Hospital, Abbeville.
W288 Funeral of German patient, Dorset County Hospital.
W287 Snow-ball fight, Dorset County Hospital
G1024 Wedding guard of honour, Dorset County Hospital
W284 Nurses and wounded, Dorset County Hospital.
W283 Wounded soldiers and nurse, Dorset County Hospital.
W282 Wounded group, with Lance Corporal Arthur Fox, 1st and 18th Battalions, The Prince of Wales’s Own West Yorkshire Regiment, 1918 (first left, second row). Courtesy of Tony Laking.
W281 Lance Corporal Arthur Fox, 1st and 18th Battalions, The Prince of Wales’s Own West Yorkshire Regiment, 1918. Courtesy of Tony Laking.