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Results Found (37), Result Page (1 of 8)
Search Aspect ( First World War )
Location - Leeds & District

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East Garforth Gun Emplacement, 1914-18 war (Garforth)
Black & White imagec1914-18. View shows men (and dogs) at the East Garforth Gun Emplacement during the First World War. The caption underneath calls them 'The Pathmakers'. Photograph courtesy of Miss M. Simpson.
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East Garforth, Victory Parade (Garforth)
Black & White image1919. View shows a victory parade in East Garforth in 1919 following the end of the First World War the previous November.
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Gledhow Hall Military Hospital (Gledhow)
Black & White imagec1915-1919. View of nurses and patients on one of the wards at Gledhow Hall Military Hospital during the First World War. The hall opened as a hospital on 22 May 1915 and treated 2250 patients before its closure on 31st March 1919.
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Gledhow Hall Military Hospital, "Whiz-Bang Hall" hut (Gledhow)
Black & White imageDecember 1917 View shows one of the small huts in the grounds of Gledhow Hall Military Hospital during the First World War. Competitions were often held between the 7 huts to "dress" them according to different themes. This shows one such competition at Christmas 1917 when the huts were dressed up to represent different countries; the first prize went to Whiz Bang Hall, seen here, which was representing "Egypt", while the hut representing "Canada" took second place.
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Gledhow Hall Military Hospital, Christmas (Gledhow)
Black & White imagec1915-1918 View shows nurses and patients on one of the wards of Gledhow Hall Military Hospital, with Christmas decorations seen all around the walls and ceiling. On the left is Miss Edith Cliff, Commandant of the hospital, who kept a scrapbook documenting her time here during the First World War, from which this and many other photos in this collection are taken.
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