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Blood supply MED01_01_0922 Featured Winchester Print

Blood supply MED01_01_0922

Army Blood Supply Depot, Southmead Hospital, Southmead Road, City Of Bristol. Two men transferring blood from small donation bottles into large glass Winchester bottles. Plasma transfusion. This picture shows the pooling of the blood returned to the depot after being obtained during the day by the blood transfusion teams. From 300 to 350 pints are taken during the day and the abstraction of the plasma takes place during the night. Photographed in August 1940 by Topical Press Agency Limited

© Historic England Archive

Mixed Armed Services gathering Featured Winchester Print

Mixed Armed Services gathering

A mixed Armed Service gathering to welcome the CCCF, believed either Portsmouth of Winchester. The Corps of Canadian Fire-fighters (also known as the Volunteer Corps of Canadian Fire-fighters and simply as CCCF) were stationed in England between 1942 and 1945. Date: circa 1942

© The Home Front History Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Coronation of King Henry VI 1429 Featured Winchester Print

Coronation of King Henry VI 1429

On November 6th, 1429, a month before his eighth birthday and less than four months after the coronation of his rival, the Dauphin, in Reims, the young Henry VI was crowned King of England at Westminster Abbey by his great-uncle, Cardinal Henry Beaufort, Bishop of Winchester, the traditional rite being modified to incorporate French practices to show that this was but the first part of a fuller coronation procedure which could only be completed in France. Date: 1936

© Mary Evans Picture Library