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British Red Cross Society War Service 1914 - 1918

British Red Cross Society War Service 1914 - 1918

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Medal Awarded for War Service with the Red Cross 1914-1918 

The British Red Cross Society War Service was an organization that provided medical aid and support to wounded soldiers during World War I, from 1914 to 1918. The organization was founded in 1905 and has a long history of providing humanitarian aid to those in need.

During World War I, the British Red Cross Society War Service played a critical role in providing medical care to soldiers wounded in battle. The organization established field hospitals and dressing stations near the front lines, staffed by doctors, nurses, and volunteers. They also provided ambulance services, transported the wounded to hospitals, and distributed medical supplies and food.

In addition to their work on the front lines, the British Red Cross Society War Service also provided support services to families of soldiers who were serving overseas. This included providing food, clothing, and shelter to families who had lost their homes or were struggling to make ends meet.

The British Red Cross Society War Service was staffed by thousands of volunteers, both women, and men. These volunteers were trained in first aid and other medical skills and worked tirelessly to provide aid and comfort to those in need.

Today, the British Red Cross Society continues to provide humanitarian aid and support to people in need around the world, including during times of conflict and crisis. The organization is known for its distinctive emblem of a red cross on a white background, which has become a symbol of humanitarian aid and compassion.