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  • winston churchill was prime minuster

    By Nifemi (16/07/2015)
  • This is so interesting!!!!!

    By Rolena (16/07/2015)
  • st charles was a hopital

    By Nifemi (16/07/2015)
  • It was really interesting to find out that so many women died from their job in the munitions factory.From explosions , dangerous substances -which could poison- and accidents as well. By trying to save lives, over 200 were lost.

    By serena (16/07/2015)
  • Basil Hood, Medical Superintendent at Marylebone Infirmary, had explained that dealing with over 800 extra cases was one of his worse days of his life, he had been working with a skeleton staff nurse. He’d commented ‘The labour and distress of of that time hardly bears thinking about”. Did you Know? Porters over the age of seventy had to be recruited to help the infirmary because nine nurses and doctors died.

    Barlby Road, clement Talbot Car Factory
    It was once a car factory but because of the war, workers threw away their efforts.

    When Germany invaded Belgium on 4th August 1914 rumours had been carried out Britains entry into WW1.

    By Megan (16/07/2015)
  • 1201 civilians died when a ship was torpedoed by a German submarine. In may 1917 mobs of up to 500 people smashed the windows of German bakers and pork-butchers and assaulted the proprietors.Mrs Lottie Meade was Poisoned to death in October 1916 by the the TNT in the munitions factory were she worked

    By Josh (16/07/2015)
  • I’ve learnt that
    St Charles school used to be a hospital called Marylebone Infirmary which was in the same location as St Charles school.

    Mobs of up to 500 people assulted German bakers and butchers in Golborne Road because the sinking of the HMS Lusitania on 7th May 1915. 1,201
    civilians died when the ship was torpedoed
    by a German submarine.

    By Reyner (16/07/2015)
  • Maryleborne infirmary
    Whilst the men where away fighting on the frontline women would help with treating the ill(especially during the Influenza pandemic) Nine nurses and doctors died.

    St Marys catholic cemetery
    When the Germans invaded Britain on the 4 august 1914, rumours carried out encouraged Britain’s entry into ww1. This cemetery was made to be a memorial for the many Belgian men who died.

    Barlby road, clement Talbot car factory this used to be a car factory but the workers quickly put themselves behind he war efforts. clement Talbot was first to design a bacteriological unit in 1914 . it held autoclaves, incubators, stills, baths and sterilisers to allow doctors to identify diseases at the front!! Blena and Rosa!!!!

    By Rolena (16/07/2015)
  • We were surprised to find out that our school used to be Marylebone hospital back in WW1

    By Callum and Eris (16/07/2015)
  • 1. There was a car factory but all the workers caught there self in war and risked their life. 2.
    Winston Churchill was the head of the committee
    as he tried to closer to the enemies in the trenches
    3. The hospital s.j Cockrell surved france in the first world war

    By jamie m (16/07/2015)
  • 1. There was a car factory in Barlby Road,
    Clement Talbot and workers quickly threw themselves behind the war effort.

    2. St. Charles RC primary school used to be Marylebone Infirmary, which was a hospital.

    3. there was a Tank Factory in Clement Talbot Tank Factory.

    By rafael (16/07/2015)
  • it was really interesting to find out that so many women died from their job in the munitions factory-all from explosions , dangerous substances which poisoned even accidents. By trying to save lives over 200 were lost

    By serena (16/07/2015)
  • The things i have learned have been spectacular its great!!!!

    There was a tank factory on Barlby road – which is just around the corner from where i live!
    a car factory too
    St Mary’s catholic cemetery was invaded by Germany on the 4th of August 1914!!!

    By stephen (16/07/2015)
  • I DIDB NOT KNOW THERW WAS A MARLEYBORNE INFIRMITAORY

    By Nifemi (16/07/2015)
  • I HAVE SEEN THE ST MARY CEMENTRY

    By Nifemi (16/07/2015)
  • COOL I DID NOT KNOW THAER WAS A CAR FACTORY

    By Nifemi (16/07/2015)
  • The things that ive learned on this site is that there was a tank factory on barlby road during WW1! Moreover, there was a giant breakout of influenza that the marylebone hospital had to treat and help!

    By Daniel (16/07/2015)
  • 1. There was a car factory but all the workers caught there self in war and risked there life 2.
    Winston

    By jamie moorhead (16/07/2015)
  • St Charles school used to be a hospital called Marylebone Infirmary. The matron of the hospital, J.S.Cockrell, served in France during WWI. Marylebone Infirmary is now St Charles hospital, the stained glass window is to commemorate S.J.Cockrell for her service during WWI.

    By Joseph (16/07/2015)
  • Amazing, our school used to be The
    Marylebone Infirmary. With men away at the front, the strain on hospitals during the 1918 Influenza
    Pandemic was terrible. Basil Hood, the Medical Superintendent, described
    trying to deal with 900 extra cases with a skeleton staff as one of the worse
    experiences of his life. He wrote, “The [unreadable] labour and distress of that
    time hardly bears thinking about”. Nine nurses died and doctors and porters
    over the age of seventy had to be recalled to help with the workload.

    By Alberto (16/07/2015)
  • I’ve learnt that
    St Charles school used to be a hospital called Marylebone Infirmary which was in the same location as St Charles school.

    By Reyner (16/07/2015)
  • 1917 mobs of up to 500 people smashed German windows due to the sinking of the HMS Lusitiania on 7 of May 1915 1021 civilians died.
    The matron hospital served France in the hospital right next to our school ST Charles Center of Health and Well Being.
    They designed the first mobile bacteriological unit in 1914.

    By Nicolas (16/07/2015)
  • In Barlby Road there was a car factory and they designed there first mobile ,it was for doctors

    By Reggie (16/07/2015)
  • I was surprised that S.J Cokrell,served in France during the world war one and was awarded the Royal Red Cross First class for her efforts, also she is stained on to St Charles Centre of Health and well being.

    By Brian (16/07/2015)
  • ~ Near our school there used to be a Marylebone infirmary. Medical superintendent , Basil Hood wrote that he had to deal with 900 extra cases.

    ~ S.J Cockrell is commemorated on a stained glass window in our local centre of well being.

    ~ Head of committee , Winston Churchill set up to solve the problem of how to get closer to the enemy in the trenches.

    I was surprised at how many cases Medical Superintendent Basil Hood had to solve

    I learned about :

    ~ How SJ Cockrell is commemorated on a stained glass window .

    ~ How Marylebone infirmary was near our school.

    By Catarina (16/07/2015)
  • I learnt that the matron of the Marleybone Infirmary is remembered for her work in WWI. A stained glass window located in St. Charles Centre of Health & Well Being is where she is displayed for her rememberance.

    By Dayuma (16/07/2015)
  • People who was in the Belgium hospital went to Britain.
    The German invasion was on the 4th of August 1914.
    Some people in Britain died in hospital.

    By Ryan and Matthew (16/07/2015)
  • I was gobsmacked when I found out barlby school, was a tank factory I look forward to seeking more facts about my school in the past

    By Mbrffhgt (16/07/2015)
  • 1. The one thing that will take into consideration is that a lady known as S.J.Cockrell won an award for her efforts and as a result she got a royal Red Cross first class medal.

    2. The one thing that surprised me was how Barlby Road (just north) was a tank factory for the war and at this time Winston Churchill was the head of the committee.

    By Kallum (16/07/2015)
  • The British army had to use a modified tractor to get close to the enemy. I was really surprised by this!

    By Callum (16/07/2015)
  • I didn’t know that weird but cool things happened around my area I thought it was just an ordinary estate !!!!!!!!!

    ~Our school was once a hospital .
    ~up to 500 people smashed the windows of German bakers.
    ~in Barlby Road there was once a car factory .

    By Sienay (16/07/2015)
  • our school during the world war 1 was a hospital which is extremely different.barlby road had a tank factory but now has a school.and also in barlby road there was a car factory where the school is.

    By George (16/07/2015)
  • Workers in a car factory threw themselves behind the war.
    Seventy Belgian soldiers wounded in combat.
    Winston Churchill was the head of solving problems to get closer to the enemy .

    By Ryan and Matthew (16/07/2015)
  • 1. The one thing that will take into consideration is that a lady known as S.J.Cockrell won an award for her efforts and as a result she got a royal Red Cross first class medal .

    2. The one thing that surprised me was how Barby road (just north) was a tank factory for the war and at this time he was the head of the committee.

    By Kallum (16/07/2015)
  • Very good facts that helped me learn

    I learned our school was once a hospital and on barlby road there was a car factory

    By James (16/07/2015)
  • The fact on the marlybone infirmary was a great one to tell me about my school in the past. It showed me what my school was in the 1st world war

    By Jamie (16/07/2015)
  • 1917 mobs smashed the windows of German bakers and butchers.

    1,201 civilians died when a ship (Lusitania)was torpedoed by a German submairine.

    Lottie meade was poisoned to death in October 1916 by TNT in the munitions factory

    By Woody (29/06/2015)
  • Cars were made on Barbly road.

    By Bensu (29/06/2015)
  • Kensington Garden
    The armies used Wormwood Scrubs for their exercises.
    2 Bedford Gardens
    Amanda Ira Aldridge was a celebrated concert singer who later became a composer.

    I enjoyed the workshop.

    By Iman (29/06/2015)
  • Lottie Meade was poisoned to death in October 1916 by TNT in the factory were she worked

    By Noah (29/06/2015)
  • I was really interested that the woman working in the war wore yellow triangular brochures

    By Noah (29/06/2015)
  • I was really interested that the women got cheaper travel when working for the war

    By Noah (29/06/2015)
  • In May 1917 500 people smashed widows of German bakers and butchers.

    In May 1915 civilians died when the ship was torpedoed by a German submarine.

    Lottie Meade was poisoned to death in October 1916 by TNT in the munitions factory were she worked.

    The fact that suprised me most was that In May 1917 500 people smashed widows of German bakers and butchers because they were actually nice people.

    By Alfred (29/06/2015)
  • In 1917 German people got attacked With mob of 500

    By Bobby (29/06/2015)
  • This exsabision was very interesting I really enjoyed learning that the factory near me used to be a car factory but when war was declared agents Gemany the factory workers decide to back up the war and turned their factory into a tank factory

    By Noah (29/06/2015)
  • I was surprised that 500 British men were angry because Germans destroyed the German bakery and butchers

    By Omar (29/06/2015)
  • 9 doctors died near to a school

    By Bobby (29/06/2015)
  • I was surprised that 200 women died from injuries

    By Bobby (29/06/2015)
  • I was shocked that there was Germans were in this country during world war 1. Golborne roads windows were smashed near my school.

    By Paul (29/06/2015)
  • When Germany invaded Belgium on the 4th of August 1914.This intrested me because there is now a memorial to seventy Belgium solders wounded in battle.

    By Will (29/06/2015)
  • The German invasion of Belgium on the 4th of August 1914 and rumores of atrocities carried out prompted Britains entry into WW1 .This interested me because it’s near my school !!!

    By Abdullah (29/06/2015)
  • A German submarine torpedoed the HMS Lusitania and 1,201 civilians died. Because of this, in may 1917, mobs of up to 500 people smashed the windows of German bakers, pork-butchers and assaulted the proprietors.

    By Audrey (29/06/2015)
  • October 1916, Lottie Meade was a factory worker with explosives. However, she was poisoned to death by the TNT. She worn a triangular brooch, the womans’ version of the ‘ On War Service ‘

    By Amir (29/06/2015)
  • In Barbly Road the clement Talbot had been changed into a ambulance in the world war

    By Asrim (29/06/2015)
  • Clement Talbot Car Factory designed an ambulance and new tank for the war effort.
    Groups of 500 people smashed windows of Germen bakers and pork-butchers on Golborne Road
    Just of Ladbroke Grove there used to be a Cake Company.
    ‘Enemy aliens’ living in Britain were not allowed to posses cameras during World War One .

    By Laura (29/06/2015)
  • In May 1917 mobs of up to 500 people smashed the windows of German bakers and pork-butchers and assaulted the proprietors.

    300,000 British copies of a medal were issued as propaganda pieces to show the sinking of the Lusitania was a deliberate attack and to highlight the Germans’ callous indifference to the plight of these dead civilians.

    1,201 civilians died when the ship was torpedoed by a German submarine.

    This was interesting because it was near where I live.

    Something that surprised me was they smashed their windows.

    By Tiffany (29/06/2015)
  • I was interested to know that 9 doctors died in the Maryleybone Infirmary near my school.

    By Nailah (29/06/2015)
  • Civs died when the ship was torpedoed by a German water craft

    By Kassim (29/06/2015)
  • In May 1917 mobs of up to 500 people smashed windows of German bakers and pork butchers.
    1201 civilians died when the ship was torpedoed by a German submarine.
    It is very dreadful and it is all due to the horrible and abominable conduct towards our unarmed defenceless people on board ships”.
    I’m surprised that they smashed windows

    By Damilola (29/06/2015)
  • I was really interested that there was a tank factory by my school because they sent tanks to Germany.

    By Jaye (29/06/2015)
  • In May 1917, 500 angry Britains were so furious with Germany that they destroyed German baker’s shops and German butchers. This was near my school in golborne road

    By Maya (29/06/2015)
  • It is sad to hear that over 200 women factory workers died during the war in Wornington Road near my house.

    By Betty (29/06/2015)
  • Near my school ,in May 1917,German bakers and pork butchers were attacked by mobs of up to 500 people.

    By Meme (29/06/2015)
  • Near my school, in May 1917, German bakers and pork-butchers were attacked by mobs of up to 500 people.

    By Lily (29/06/2015)
  • I was surprised that young men from Kensington and Chelsea signed up to go to the war.

    By Rediate (16/06/2015)

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