Every Picture Tells A Story: King George Military Hospital Chapel, 1915.

Every Picture Tells A Story: King George Military Hospital Chapel, 1915.

A still, melancholy and hushed photo of a vacant military hospital chapel in 1915, prior to the outbreak of the Great War. The King George Military Hospital opened in October 1915 in London. At the height of the Great War, in October 1917, it was said to be the largest military hospital in Britain with 1900 beds (cited in Medical Services in the First World War). See original

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