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A Night in the West End 1914-1918
Saturday 27th April 2019 A free lecture-concert presented by Dr Emma Hanna and Dr Helen Brooks with the Invicta Concert Band at Westgate Hall, Canterbury.In this lecture-concert organised by Gateways to the First World War, Dr Emma Hanna and Dr Helen Brooks bring together their respective expertise in the histories of wartime music and wartime the…
The Work of the RAMC in WW1 by Dr Jessica Meyer
Over the course of the First World War, the British military medical services developed an effective system of medical evacuations to remove men from the field of battle and provide prompt care for wounds and illnesses. This talk traces the journey that wounded British soldiers went on from the front line, through a variety of sites of medical care…
Hartlebury V.A.D - Doug Smith
In the First World War many hundreds of houses were converted into hospitals to help cope with the many thousands of wounded. When the War ended these houses were closed and the vast amount of records of the patients and nurses who were at these hospitals, destroyed. Not so Hartlebury VAD Hospital in Worcestershire. 3 valuable autograph books we…