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Military Hospital Military Hospital

Plaque: Military Hospital

Erection date: 7/11/2008


Site of Endell Street Military Hospital, 1915 - 1919. Established in former workhouse buildings during the First World War under the command of Dr Flora Murray & Dr Louisa Garrett Anderson, this 573-bed hospital is the only British army hospital to have been staffed entirely by women. More than 24,000 soldiers were treated here.
{The graphic to the left incorporates the suffragettes' motto:}
Deeds not words
{and their colours of purple, white and green.}

Site: Military Hospital (1 memorial)

WC2, Endell Street, Dudley Court

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Military Hospital

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Endell Street Military Hospital

Established in the disused St Giles workhouse buildings during WW1 under the ...

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World War 1

We'd always assumed that this war was known as the Great War until WW2 came a...

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Dr. Louisa Garrett Anderson

Born Aldeburgh, Suffolk. CBE MD. Daughter of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and n...

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Dr. Flora Murray

Born near Dumfries, Scotland. The picture source explains that the bag was em...

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