The royal pavilion during the 1st world war
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The number of people treated in the hospital The speed in which the pavilion was turned into a hospital The amount of effort that went into catering for all of the men's religious needs. The distance that the men had to travel from India to reach the war
The Indian soldiers had to travel approximately 5,500 miles to reach the war. They were a long way from home, but this didn't affect how they fought. The Indian Army played a vital role in the first few months of the war. While Britain were still recruiting and training volunteers. Soldiers from across the empire came to help and the Indian army provided the largest number of troops.
What surprised me about this piece of history:
Over the following year, over 2,300 Indian patients were treated
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