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Swedish War Hospital Swedish War Hospital

Plaque: Swedish War Hospital
War Memorial


During the Great War, 1914 - 18, this building was occupied by The Swedish War Hospital for British wounded.

Site: Swedish War Hospital (1 memorial)

W1, Paddington Street, 16 - 18, Hellenic Centre

Above the entrance there is a decorative cartouche on which one can still, just about read: "Central Institute for Swedish Gymnastics". This building was designed by Forsyth & Maule in 1910. It became a hospital in 1914. c.1918 it was purchased by London County Council and renamed LCC College of Physical Education.

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Swedish War Hospital

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