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'English: neuralia', Hospital Ship, Receiving Wounded Aboard, 6.15pm, July 21st 1915
image: an annotated sketch of the hospital ship Neuralia, shown port side on, taking onboard wounded personnel from a smaller minesweeper, which is moored up immediately before it. There are further ships in the background and two small vessels beside the minesweeper.
Date (First World War)
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  • Associated people and organisations
    Royal Navy, Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Navy, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Royal Navy, MANICA (HMS), Royal Navy, NEURALIA (HMHS)
  • Associated places
    Aegean Sea, Mediterranean Sea, Great Britain GB, Turkey TR, Greece GR, Gallipoli, Turkey
  • Associated events
    Gallipoli 1915-1916, Dardanelles, Ottoman Empire, First World War
  • Associated themes
    Gallipoli 1915, Royal Navy 1914-1918
  • Associated keywords
    medical / convalescence, wounded / disabled, shipping, seascape
Category art
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