Menu inside a Christmas Card from the Royal Army Medical Corps at No. 11 General Hospital – a part of the British Expeditionary Force in Italy, 1918. We really love this card here at Library Towers, and would welcome any information about it!

Date: December 1918

NLI Ref.: EPH B44

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