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A seriously gassed case being given oxygen outside the North Midland Field Ambulance, Hazebrouck, June 1915.  Q 51886

A seriously gassed case being given oxygen outside the North Midland Field Ambulance, Hazebrouck, June 1915. Q 51886

WW1 WWI BEF British soldier RAMC Royal Army Medical Corps

WW1 WWI BEF British soldier RAMC Royal Army Medical Corps

RAMc - The Royal Army Medical Corps

RAMc - The Royal Army Medical Corps

World War I Ambulances    Repinned by www.eddiemercer.com in Pensacola, FL

World War I Ambulances Repinned by www.eddiemercer.com in Pensacola, FL

" The Lost Tommies" - Three slightly dishevelled young Royal Army Medical Corps men. -Doug (@colour_history) | Twitter

" The Lost Tommies" - Three slightly dishevelled young Royal Army Medical Corps men. -Doug (@colour_history) | Twitter

Australian soldiers blinded in a German gas attack at an aid station near Bois…

Australian soldiers blinded in a German gas attack at an aid station near Bois…

WWI, 17 July 1917; An advanced dressing station under a ruined house at Ecoust-Saint-Mein, showing the Royal Army Medical Corps Captain, decorated with a Military Cross, and an Officer of the Gordon Highlanders. ©IWM Q 5689

WWI, 17 July 1917; An advanced dressing station under a ruined house at Ecoust-Saint-Mein, showing the Royal Army Medical Corps Captain, decorated with a Military Cross, and an Officer of the Gordon Highlanders. ©IWM Q 5689

Stretcher Bearers of the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) Lifting a Wounded Man out of a Trench, by Gilbert Rogers, 1919.

Stretcher Bearers of the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) Lifting a Wounded Man out of a Trench, by Gilbert Rogers, 1919.

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