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Photographic Print

This photographic print shows the Banqueting Room of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. It shows a series of hospital beds that have been arranged along the sides of the room. The photograph was taken during World War One when the Pavilion estate was used as a

Photographic Print

This photographic print shows the Corn Exchange, Brighton. It shows a series of hospital beds that have been arranged along the sides of the room. The photograph was taken during World War One when the Pavilion estate was used as a military hospital for w

Photographic Print

26 October 1921 This photographic print shows the Maharajah of Patiala at the Royal Pavilion Brighton. The Maharajah is inspecting a guard of honour gathered outside of the West entrance of the Pavilion. Several army offices and a civic dignitary can be seen behind him.

Photographic Print

This photographic print shows the entrance hall of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. It shows a series of hospital beds that have been arranged along the sides of the room. The photograph was taken during World War One when the Pavilion estate was used as a m

2. Royal Pavilion. Ward 2. South Drawing Room

This magic lantern slide shows the Royal Pavilion during its use as an Indian Military Hospital during World War One. It was probably produced by Henry Roberts, the Director of the Pavilion, to illustrate later lectures on the subject. The image shows wou

Photographic Print

This postcard shows a group of Indian patients, officers and orderlies at the Royal Pavilion Indian Hospital. In the front centre sits Mir Dast. The Royal Pavilion, Dome and Corn Exchange acted as a military hospital for wounded Indian soldiers from Decem

Photograph

This photographic print shows the opening ceremony of the Indian Memorial Gateway at the southern end of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton in 1921. The gateway was opened by the Maharajah of Patiala. The photograph has been taken from behind a large crowd look

Picnic Party while at Kitchener Hospital

This postcard shows a mixed group of civilians and wounded Indian soldiers posing for the camera at Kitchener Hospital. This group includes 12 women and a child who is being held in the arms of an Indian soldier. The Royal Pavilion and the Kitchener Hospi

Photographic Print

This postcard shows the interior of The Dome in Brighton during its time as a hospital for wounded Indian soldiers. Hospital beds are positioned around the circular room. At this stage the beds are empty and two large Union Jack flags can be seen hanging

14. Convalescent Pathans

c1915 Monochrome photographic postcard showing Indian soldiers recuperating in the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. Group portrait of 'Convalescent Pathans'. Bottom of card reads: Official Photograph, (Copyright), issued by the Corporation of Brighton with the assista

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