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Poster: 1914-1918 - 'Single Men First'
A tram decorated with a Union Flag and electric lights, possibly to commemorate the end of the First World War.
Territorial soldiers at Patcham, accompanied by the company runner with bicycle. Photo taken before the outbreak of the First World War.
Night time view of floodlit war memorial. Designed by Sir John Simpson and opened in October 1922 by Earl Beatty. It records the 2,597 men and 3 women from Brighton who died in the First World War.
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 image showing inside the Queen Mary's Workshop which was located in the Royal Pavilion Gardens. The image displays chairs, tables and typewriters used for bookeeping. First World War.
1916-1918 This photographic print shows a group of wounded soldiers and their nurses in the Royal Pavilion in Brighton. The Royal Pavilion acted as a military hospital between 1914 until early 1920 for soldiers who had lost limbs in the First World War.
c1915 This postcard shows numerous Indian and British soldiers standing in the grounds of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. Between December 1914 and January 1916, the Royal Pavilion was used as a hospital for Indian troops injured in the First World War. This post
This photographic print shows the Indian Memorial Gate on the South side of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. The Indian Gate was a gift from India to the people of Brighton, as a thank you for the care offered to the wounded Indian soldiers of the First Worl
c1915 Monochrome photographic print postcard showing group portrait of wounded Indian Soliders. Soldiers are described as 'Convalescent Dogras'. Group gathered outside the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, during the building's use as a hospital during the First World