Our work abroad during WW1

Ms M. Millbanke on camel with others in front of Pyramids in Cairo, Egypt.

Ms M. Millbanke and others in Cairo (Credit: British Red Cross)

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A Red Cross ambulance in Boulogne, 1916

British Red Cross transport

Volunteers transported the wounded by road, train and sea in WW1.

Norfolk War Hospital's main building

Auxiliary hospitals

British Red Cross hospitals proved vital in WW1, treating hundreds.

Two Red Cross nurses looking a bit unsteady on a motorbike during WW1.

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