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gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth.

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Published by 3rd London General Hospital in London .
Written in English


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  Reg arrived at the 3rd London General Hospital (the 3rd LGH) on the same day 9 November The hospital was located in Wandsworth requisitioned in August from the Royal Victoria Patriotic School. Initially the hospital only had beds and rapidly grew, with many huts and tents, so that by February it had 1, beds. Black and white photograph depicting the 3rd London General Hospital in The 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth, was originally opened in as the 'loyal Victoria Patriotic Asylum,' an orphanage for the daughters of the men who served in the Crimean War. In August the girls were relocated to nearby homes and the building was renovated and extended for use as a hospital able.

  In August the Royal Victoria Patriotic School in Wandsworth became the Third London General Hospital. The building was built in as the Royal Victoria Patriotic Asylum, an orphanage for the daughters of former soldiers, sailors and Marines who had fought during the Crimean War (). On 5th August , the day after war was declared, the building was requisitioned Views: K. The Origin of The 3rd London General Hospital. Article from the Hospital Gazette, dated February On July 1st , the London suburb of Wandsworth witnesses a noteworthy event – the opening of a noble institution for the benefit of orphan daughters of soldiers, sailors and marines.

Many of the burials are from the 3rd London General Hospital which was at Wandsworth. There are Commonwealth burials of the war and of the war here. There are also 5 non-war service burials here.   This account, written by a VAD, is taken from the Gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital (TF) Wandsworth, and published in the June edition. The Gazette was probably the best of all hospital magazines, due mainly to the foresight of the Commanding Officer, Colonel Bruce Porter, in employing a group of men who were all members of the.


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THE GAZETTE OF THE 3RD LONDON GENERAL HOSPITAL, WANDSWORTH. Newspapers and journals THE GAZETTE OF THE 3RD LONDON GENERAL HOSPITAL, WANDSWORTH. description Object description. monthly. Object description. File held as four bound volumes, with the exception of volume 1, no.

1, October which is unbound Books. 3rd London General. 3rd London General Hospital -- Periodicals. | World War, -- Humor -- Periodicals. Other authors/contributors: 3rd London General Hospital: Also Titled: Gazette. Gazette of the Third London General Hospital, Wandsworth. The Gazette of the 3rd.

London General Hospital This Gazette was published monthly during the first world war and the contributions of articles, cartoons and drawings, made by the staff and patients, reached a very high standard.

RAMC/ The Gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital (Territorial Force), Wandsworth: monthly, Oct July Digitised copy available RAMC/ "Six days in March' 18" (re the German breakthrough on the Western Front), by Major R. Ogier Ward, Royal Field Artillery. Details Title The gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth Call Number FERG/ Created/Published [London]: The Hospital, The gazette of gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth.

Uniform Title. Gazette (3rd London General Hospital) Also Titled. Gazette of the Third London General Hospital, Wandsworth Other Creators. 3rd London General Hospital. Published [London]: The Hospital, Physical Description.

; 21 cm. Subjects. 3rd London General Hospital. October the First Edition of the 3rd London General Hospital Gazette Posted on October 5, by ww1wandsworth The first edition of the Gazette of the 3 rd London General Hospital was published this month in Archive in context.

RAMC Royal Army Medical Corps Muniments Collection RAMC/ The Gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital (Territorial Force), Wandsworth: monthly, Oct July RAMC//1 The Gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital (Territorial Force), Wandsworth: monthly, Oct Dec Digitised copy available.

The first edition of the Gazette of the 3 rd London General Hospital was published in Octoberand included a report on the visit of the King and Queen to the hospital on 1 st September. Understandably, this was also reported by the Wandsworth Borough News and between the two publications we can get a good idea of the scale of the visit.

Re: 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth «Reply #9 on: Wednesday 18 November 09 GMT (UK)» The hospital was one of twenty-five Territorial Force General Hospitals run under the control of the War Office, and all opened in previously ear-marked public buildings.

I was very lucky to purchase a complete run of the hospital magazine from thro to a wonderful record of this important war time hospital includes many photographs, drawings etc and a roll of honour. My understanding (from the Internet) is that this was a war hospital.

His name George Strong born Chisenbury (Enford) Wiltshire. I obtained his marriage certificate which states in May Lance Corporal 1st Battalion Wilts. Regiment Residence at time of marriage 3rd General Hospital, Wandsworth - he was 24 years old.

The book is a compilation from the pages of that remarkable magazine The Gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital. This little monthly was started in October by Lt. Col. Bruce Porter, the actual editing and management of it being done by myself.

At 4d. per month, The Gazette presently attained a notable circulation. Five thousand a month, which is what my colleague : Sue Light. Considered too old, unfit or otherwise unsuitable for military service, this group consisted of artists, writers and sculptors.

Between them, they produced one of the finest hospital magazines - The Gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital - which was published monthly throughout the war from an early date.

The Hospital closed in August   Postcard displaying the 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth. The railway lines which delivered wounded troops can be seen to the south, the overflow tent-wards towards the north.

Today, the former hospital is now known as the ‘Royal Victoria Patriotic Building’; a complex of apartments, workshops, studios, a drama school and a. He was wounded on the Western Front on 25 October, On the 5th of NovemberRalph embarked to England ex Liverpool Merchants Hospital.

He was admitted to 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth. He had sustained a gunshot wound to his right thigh. The gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth., IV, no.6,p Author.

3rd London General Hospital. Published. enk, The Hospital, Physical Description. words article illustration Journals Magazines Part Of. The gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth. Vol. 6 (March ) Subjects. All these items are taken from issues of 'The Gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital Wandsworth,' a Territorial Force military hospital which existed between and to care for wounded and sick soldiers of the Great : Sue Light.

3rd London General Hospital. Wandsworth. Please feel free to contact me at [email protected] [email protected] The Gazette of the Third London General Hospital. August Excerpts: VIGNETTES. By Howe Longue. THE THEATRE. Somewhere in France. PROBABLY to the big majority, even of those who strive in the various Expeditionary Forces, those two words will still conjure thoughts of footlights, music, and song, visions bright and visions gay, laughter and mirth, perhaps of "thrills" and "throbs" a.

Books Related period First World War (content), First World War (content) Creator 3RD LONDON GENERAL HOSPITAL (Author) THIRD LONDON GENERAL HOSPITAL (Author) 3rd London General Hospital (Publisher) Production date Place made London Dimensions.

whole: Dimensions: 14x22cm., Pagination: [8]p. ill. Catalogue number LBY K. 85 / The online inventory contains records for o printed book titles.

This resource will grow as the Museum's Collection is catalogued and computerised, and as new acquisitions are added. The gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth: vol 2: The gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital, Wandsworth: vol 4.Other photos of home front buildings used to treat returning casualties include Lewisham Military Hospital.

Given that many patients would receive long-term care, some set up, or contributed to magazines. Examples of covers and contents include The Gazette of the 3rd London General Hospital in Wandsworth.