Auxiliary hospitals during the First World War

Norfolk War Hospital's main building

Norfolk War Hospital, main building (Credit: British Red Cross)

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Nursing during the First World War

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Members of the Voluntary Aid Detachment outside Bramhall and Cheadle Hulme Red Cross hospital

Women during WW1

Female VADs did a variety of work during the war, from supplying aid to nursing.

Members of the Voluntary Aid Detachment outside Bramhall and Cheadle Hulme Red Cross hospital

Volunteers during WW1

90,000 ordinary men and women volunteered with the Red Cross during WW1 in hospitals, driving ambulances, and more.