YOUNG WOMAN'S DEATH ON THIS DAY – July 9, 1927 CHARGE OF MURDER – Other Serious Offences Alleged Following the death of a young woman at the Women’s Hospital early yesterday morning, Mary Adeline Le Neve, aged 45 years home duties, of Wattletree road, Armadale, appeared later in the morning at the City Court charged with having murdered […]
King George V visits convalescing troops and nurses at the East Leeds Military Hospital in 1915 - just over 100 years later, The Princess Royal today visits the same site, which is now home to the Thackray Medical Museum. Photo courtesy of the Thackray Medical Museum. #KingGeorgeV #GeorgeV #PrincessAnne #PrincessRoyal
Indian soldiers relaxing in the Pavilion Gardens This photographic print shows various groups of wounded Indian soldiers at ease 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 wounded Indian soldiers from December 1914 until early 1916.