a georgian house with cows on the front lawn probably in herefordshire, occupied by the ministry of pensions and national insurance image similar to one featured in country fair magazine, march 1955. hereford and worcester herefordshire

a georgian house with cows on the front lawn probably in herefordshire, occupied by the ministry of pensions and national insurance image similar to one featured in country fair magazine, march 1955. hereford and worcester herefordshire

Welcome to the Men, Women and Care project, a European Research Council-funded project based at the University of Leeds, led by Dr Jessica Meyer. Here you will find all the details about the project as it continues, including information about the project team and our research partners, a regularly updated blog about our research and the development of the PIN 26 database, and information about news and events related to the project.

Please contact the project via the contact page or directly at hismwc@leeds.ac.uk with any comments or queries.  We are keen to hear from anyone with interest in the provision of care, both medical and social, to disabled ex-servicemen after the First World War.

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Credit: Wellcome Library, London. Wellcome Images images@wellcome.ac.uk http://wellcomeimages.org World War I: a ward in the London Hospital in which a nurse tends a soldier's arm while other soldiers lie in bed. Oil painting after Sir J. Lavery. Painted after a larger (175.6 x 200.7 cm.) painting by Sir John Lavery, The first wounded, London Hospital, August 1914, in Dundee Art Galleries and Museums, painted in 1915 and acquired by Dundee in 1916. Copyrighted work available under Creative Commons Attribution only licence CC BY 4.0

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