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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

Indian Wounded. Royal Pavilion, Brighton.

c1915 This postcard shows wounded Indian soldiers in the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. It is a view of the inside of ward, showing several men propped up in bed. A nurse can be seen standing beside the patient on the left of the photograph.

2. India's Fighting Men. Pavilion Grounds, Brighton.

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

India's Fighting Men in Pavilion Grounds, Brighton

c1915 This photographic print shows wounded Indian soldiers in the grounds of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. It is a view north with the North Gate in the background.

India's Fighting Men. Pavilion Grounds.

c1915 This is a postcard showing Indian and British soldiers in the grounds of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. Two scouts can be seen seated besides Indian soldiers in the front row. The Dome is clearly visible in the background. Handwritten text on the reverse o

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