• King George V

    King George V

    George V was the King of the United Kingdom, the British Dominions and the Emperor of India from 6 May 1910 until his death in 1936.
  • Prayers

    Prayers

    A newspaper report from 1915, in the Nottingham Evening Post, describes the Eid prayers for its readers. Entitled ‘Mohammedan Festival at Woking’, the article begins: ‘A scene truly oriental in character was enacted at Woking yesterday’.
  • Hospitals

    Hospitals

    In December 1914, with the war effort in full flow, and given the geographical location of Brighton on the south of the British Isles, the Royal Pavilion was one of a number of buildings transformed into military hospitals. The hospital at the Royal Pavilion, though, was one of three hospitals reserved for members of the Indian Army, many of whom were Muslim.
  • In Numbers

    In Numbers

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    VC Winners

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George V was the King of the United Kingdom, the British Dominions and the Emperor of India from 6 May 1910 until his death in 1936.

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A newspaper report from 1915, in the Nottingham Evening Post, describes the Eid prayers for its readers. Entitled ‘Mohammedan Festival at Woking’, the article begins: ‘A scene truly oriental in character was enacted at Woking yesterday’.

Hospitals

March 1st, 2016|0 Comments

In December 1914, with the war effort in full flow, and given the geographical location of Brighton on the south of the British Isles, the Royal Pavilion was one of a number of buildings transformed into military hospitals. The hospital at the Royal Pavilion, though, was one of three hospitals reserved for members of the Indian Army, many of whom were Muslim.

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King George V

December 13th, 2018|0 Comments

George V was the King of the United Kingdom, the British Dominions and the Emperor of India from 6 May 1910 until his death in 1936.

Prayers

March 1st, 2016|0 Comments

A newspaper report from 1915, in the Nottingham Evening Post, describes the Eid prayers for its readers. Entitled ‘Mohammedan Festival at Woking’, the article begins: ‘A scene truly oriental in character was enacted at Woking yesterday’.

Hospitals

March 1st, 2016|0 Comments

In December 1914, with the war effort in full flow, and given the geographical location of Brighton on the south of the British Isles, the Royal Pavilion was one of a number of buildings transformed into military hospitals. The hospital at the Royal Pavilion, though, was one of three hospitals reserved for members of the Indian Army, many of whom were Muslim.

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