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Choose from 38 pictures in our Continued collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Thanet VAD Motor Transport Group Featured Print

Thanet VAD Motor Transport Group

Thanet VAD Motor Transport Group and stretcher bearers outside The Yarrow Home for Convalescent Children (date - journal). Sir Alfred Yarrow opened this home in 1894. In late 1914 the Committee of Management offered the Home to the military authorities as a military hospital, entirely staffed and paid for. This arrangement continued until c. August 1916 when the hospital was taken over by the Canadian military medical authorities. Major Powell-Cotton was the Area VAD Transport Officer in Thanet, responsible for the transport of patients from their arrival on ambulance trains at local stations to the nine VAD hospitals in the area. Between 1914 and 1916 he was assisted in this by the Yarrow Stretcher Bearers. This commemorative photograph was taken at the time the Yarrow authorities stopped running the hospital in August 1916. The photograph was taken in front of the main building. Today (2014) this building is part of East Kent College, Broadstairs. The men in the photograph are wearing 'YH' armbands. Major Powell-Cotton's ambulance 'Q2' is on the left. He converted his Renault car into this ambulane in September 1914. He is sitting on the left hand side of the front seat. Date: 1916

© The Powell-Cotton Museum Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Birchington VAD nurses Featured Print

Birchington VAD nurses

Studio photograph (Houghton, Margate & Broadstairs) of the Birchington (Kent/178) VAD nurses. A group of ten nurses is shown. Hannah Powell-Cotton i(Commandant) s sitting in the middle of the seated row. To her left is Fanny Watson. Her sister, Dora Watson, is standing, first right. Fanny & Dora Watson in 1911 lived with their mother Catherine in Birchington and had private income. Late in 1917 Dora Watson married and became Mrs D. Danielson. She continued to work at Quex Park VAD Hospital. Fanny Watson worked a total of 10, 898 hours and Dora Danielson worked 10, 249 hours during their service at the hospital. Mary Marlowe (1884-1962) is standing, second right, She worked a total of 4, 008 hours by the time the hospital closed. Mary Marlowe was the daughter of an upper class Australian family. Her maternal grandfather, Sir John O'Shanassy, had been premier of Victoria in the mid 19th century She began working at Quex in mid 1917 and by the time the hospital closed had worked 4, 008 hours. She had worked on the stage in Australia, UK & North America before the War. In 1917 her first novel was published. After the War she returned to Australia and worked as a journalist and radio broadcaster. The Quex Park VAD Hospital opened on 15 October 1914 and closed on 31 January 1919. The hospital was run by Kent/178, the Birchington Detachment. The Commandant was Hannah Powell-Cotton (1881-1964), wife of Major Percy HG Powell-Cotton (1866-1940) of Quex Park, founder of the Powell-Cotton Museum. Date: circa 1918

© The Powell-Cotton Museum Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Prince Louis of Battenberg with his sons Featured Print

Prince Louis of Battenberg with his sons

Prince Louis of Battenberg (1854-1921), British First Sea Lord in 1914 with his sons, George (right) and Louis (Lord Louis Mountbatten). During the first few months of World War I, anti-German feeling among the British public forced him to resign. The Prince had taken British nationality at the age of fourteen and those who knew him had no doubt of his loyalty. Prince George of Battenberg continued on active service and the younger Prince Louis (left) joined him as a midshipman shortly after the Battle of Jutland. When the same tide of anti-German feeling forced the royal family to abandon German names and titles their family name became 'Mountbatten'. Prince Louis of Battenberg was married to Princess Victoria of Hesse, eldest daughter of Princess Alice.

© Charlotte Zeepvat/ILN/Mary Evans Picture Library