Exhibition Boards 6 - 8

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  • Iverna Garden was the headquaters of the 13th battalion

    By Ahmed (16/06/2015)
  • Out of 2859 only 5 died in the Mitchie hospital

    By Mauricio (16/06/2015)
  • I learnt that most of the buildings we go to today were still there during World War One and soldiers used to shop in the shops we shop in today

    By Melita (16/06/2015)
  • Out of 2859 patients only 5 died in the michie hospital in queens gate.

    By Amy (16/06/2015)
  • There was a popular public music hall called Chelsea palace.

    By Zarrak (16/06/2015)
  • I did not know Iverna Gardens was the headquarters of the territorial 13th Battalion.

    By Jake (16/06/2015)
  • I was surprised that In the Michi hospital – out of 20859 patients only 5 died.

    By Belma (16/06/2015)
  • Did you know…
    That the making of bandages, splints and other medical equipment for wounded soldiers started here in 1914

    By Abel (16/06/2015)
  • Out of 2859 patients only 5 died in the michie hospital in queens gate

    By Amy and Raimy (16/06/2015)
  • In 1914 the making of bandages , split and other medical equipment were for wonded soldiers.

    By Manelle (16/06/2015)
  • 1.In Earls Court as many as 250,000 Belgians sheltered there during the war
    2. Olympia was taken over by war police and became an army clothing supply depot to mark the end of the war
    3. Frank Wearne was christened at St Barnabas church in May 1894

    By Layla (09/06/2015)
  • 250,000 Belgians sheltered in Earls Court

    Elystan Place was the first road to have a company that had women make whole aircrafts

    My grandfather lives in the same place that the headquarters of the 13th battalion(Iverna Gardens)

    By Boris Irish (09/06/2015)

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