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The Auxiliary Naval Hospital, Tregolls Road, Truro, Cornwall. 1918

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A wounded man on a stretcher being unloaded from an ambulance by Red Cross nursing staff at the Royal Naval Auxiliary Hospital. The patients at these hospitals were generally less seriously wounded than at other hospitals and they needed to convalesce. The service men preferred the auxiliary hospitals to military hospitals because they were not so strict, they were less crowded and the surroundings were more homely. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan.

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Media ID 12060864

Date: 9th May 2016

County: Cornwall

Location Name: 50.263195

: TRURI : TRUhrn.39

Image Size: 8106 x 5946 Pixels

Filesize is 13.21MB (Original 47.45MB)

Associated Categories: Truro

Keywords:  cornish  great war  nurses  uniforms  world war one  ww1