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The Indian Chattri, Patcham

This postcard shows Chattri Memorial at the Downs in Patcham, Brighton. The Chattri was erected in 1921 to honour the contribution made by the Indian Army during the First World War.

Photographic Print

Photographic image showing inside the Queen Mary's Workshop which was located in the Royal Pavilion Gardens. The image displays electrical equipment.

Photographic Print

Photographic image showing inside the Queen Mary's Workshop which was located in the Royal Pavilion Gardens. The image displays work benches and lathes

Photographic Print

Photographic image of wounded Indian soldiers and officers inside the Corn Exchange at the time it was being used as a military hospital.

Wounded Indians just going for their daily walk on the Downs at Brighton

A photographic image of a group of wounded Indian soldiers leaving the Kitchener Indian Hospital, Brighton. In the bottom left hand corner reads: V&H No 117

Photographic Print

Monochrome photographic print showing the Maharajah of Patiala saluting the flag as part of the unveling ceremony of the Royal Pavilion's Indian gate. Numerous other dignitaries can also be seen.

Convalescent Pathans

Photomechanical print of a group wounded Indian soldiers in the Royal Pavilion Gardens. Printed on a page of the book entitled 'Indian Military Hospital Royal Pavilion Brighton 1914 - 1915. A short history in English, Gurrukish and Indian'.

The Dome from the Platform on the South

Photomechanical print of the interior of the Dome as a military hospital on a page of the book entitled 'Indian Military Hospital Royal Pavilion Brighton 1914 - 1915. A short history in English, Gurrukish and Indian'.

H M The Queen; H M The King

Photomechanical prints of the Queen and King. Displayed on a page of Book entitled 'Indian Military Hospital Royal Pavilion Brighton 1914 - 1915. A short history in English, Gurrukish and Indian'.

A Sikh Kitchen

Photomechanical print of Indian soldiers preparing in a kitchen. Printed on a page of the book entitled 'Indian Military Hospital Royal Pavilion Brighton 1914 - 1915. A short history in English, Gurrukish and Indian'.

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