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Royal Pavilion Military Hospital, Brighton

1916-1918 This photographic print shows the entrance to the Royal Pavilion in Brighton. A man in a wheelchair can be seen by the entrance. This photograph was taken during the buildings use as a military hospital. The Royal Pavilion, Dome and Corn Exchange acted as

Sunshine in the Grounds

This is a monochrome photographic print. The image was created circa 1915. The Royal Pavilion estate was used as a military hospital for wounded Indian Soldiers from December 1914 until early 1916. This image shows Indian Soldiers socialising in the Pavil

H M The King's Ivestiture

Photomechanical print of the King talking with Colonel Macleod and Colonel Freyer, taken from a Cinematic Film. Printed on a page of the book entitled 'Indian Military Hospital Royal Pavilion Brighton 1914 - 1915. A short history in English, Gurrukish and

15. The Dome

1916-1918 This postcard shows the interior of The Dome in Brighton during its time as a hospital for wounded Indian soldiers. Hospital beds containing wounded soldiers are positioned across the circular room. The Royal Pavilion, Dome and Corn Exchange acted as a mi

7. India's Fighting Men. Pavilion Grounds. Brighton

This postcard shows a group of wounded Indian soldiers, British soldiers and nurses gathered in the Royal Pavilion Gardens in Brighton. The Dome can be seen in the background. The Royal Pavilion, Dome and Corn Exchange acted as a military hospital for wou

Indian Wounded. Royal Pavilion, Brighton.

c1915 This postcard shows a group portrait of wounded Indian soldiers and British troops in the grounds of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. It is a view north with the Pavilion entrance in the background. A man in civilian clothes stands in the centre of the group

16. Convalescent Jats

Monochrome photographic postcard of a group of 11 Indian soldiers outside the Royal Pavilion during its time as a military hospital. 6 soldiers are posed standing behind 5 seated soldiers. The soldier seated at the centre is holding a pair of crutches in

H M The King's Investiture, 21st August, 1915

Photomechanical print of the King decorating Havildar Gagna Singh, attended by British and Indian soldiers. Printed on a page of the book entitled 'Indian Military Hospital Royal Pavilion Brighton 1914 - 1915. A short history in English, Gurrukish and Ind

H M The King's Investiture, 21st August, 1915; Arrival of Their Majesties

Photomechanical print of the King and digintaries walking through the Pavilion grounds, attended by British and Indian officers. Printed on a page of the book entitled 'Indian Military Hospital Royal Pavilion Brighton 1914 - 1915. A short history in Engli

Colonel G H Brooke Coats CB

Local newspapers provide valuable accounts of historical events, criminal trials, inquests, elections as well as announcements of births, deaths and marriages. Brighton History Centre holds a range of weekly and daily newspapers for Brighton and the forme

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