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Camels, Coffee and Curios

Here is the 16th blog from Archive Volunteer, Eileen Mount

Quex Park VAD Hospital patients who were casualties of the German offensives of March and April 1918

Michael Lucas, a retired hospital administrator, has been volunteering in the Archives at the Powell Cotton Museum for several years. He is the author of two books on the First World War and he has used his research expertise to find out more about the VAD Hospital patients. Through his work we know of patients who returned to service and subsequently lost their lives. This has given us insight into the life and work of the hospital – and enables us to remember them with due respect.

Remembered, from Quex Park to the Western Front

A blog from our Archivist, Hazel Basford

London farms to Quex Museum, via Africa, a journey

Here is the 15th blog from Archive Volunteer, Eileen Mount

The Battle of Passchendaele (Third Ypres) casualties come to Quex Park 1918

A blog from our Archivist, Hazel Basford

Frankpledge, Oxgang, Herriot and Advowson

Here is the 14th blog from Archive Volunteer, Eileen Mount

Not forgotten - a War casualty remembered

A blog from our Archivist, Hazel Basford

Fugitives, Outlaws, Waifs and Strays

Here is the 13th blog from Archive Volunteer, Eileen Mount

Diplomats, Spies and Refugees

Here is the 12th blog from Archive Volunteer, Eileen Mount

Cleve Court, Nuns and Ghosts, and the Irish connection

Here is the 11th blog from Archive Volunteer, Eileen Mount

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