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Post Office Ambulance Corps inspected by Director General. Sir Thomas Gardiner Featured Ambulance Print

Post Office Ambulance Corps inspected by Director General. Sir Thomas Gardiner

Post Office Ambulance Corps inspected by Director General.
Sir Thomas Gardiner, Director-General of the Post Office, inspected the London Post Office detachment of the St John Ambulance Brigade at the King Edward building in Giltspur Street, city.
The brigade is this year celebrating its Golden Jubilee.
Photo shows, Sir Thomas Gardiner, inspecting the nurses at the GPO headquarters.
31 May 19

© TopFoto.co.uk

SAI KZ-3 OY-DEB, at London Gatwick, in 1949 Featured Ambulance Print

SAI KZ-3 OY-DEB, at London Gatwick, in 1949

SAI KZ-3 OY-DEB, (SAI - Skandinavisk Aero Industri A-S, Denmark), at Gatwick airport in 1949. The SAI KZ III Laerke (Lark) was a Danish light utility aircraft used by the Danish Air Ambulance Service and Danish Air Force, first flown on 11 September 1944, when Denmark was still under German occupation (the Germans permitted an aircraft to be built for Danish Air Ambulance Service use).The aircraft had a high wing and was of mixed construction, with a fabric- and plywood-covered welded steel tube structure. Date: 1949

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

At an Advanced Dressing Station on the Western Front, Matania Featured Ambulance Print

At an Advanced Dressing Station on the Western Front, Matania

A horse-drawn Red Cross ambulance wagon arriving at an advanced dressing station behind the front lines on the Western Front. After immediate treatment at a regimental aid post, wounded men would next be taken to an advanced dressing station situated in a handy house, barn or dug-out. Date: 1917

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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