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World War 1 postcard
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World War 1 postcard

Museum Ref No: Stickland collection WW1, Audruicq, France
Postcard from Audruicq, France, to Mrs. Lock. "A Canadian was killed here two nights ago." From the Stickland collection, Poole Museum.
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World War 1 postcard
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World War 1 postcard

Museum Ref No: Stickland collection WW1, anti-aircraft gun 1, anti-aircraft gun 1 back
War Bond Campaign postcard to Mrs. Lock showing anti-aircraft gun in operation and reverse. From the Stickland collection, Poole Museum.
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Wounded Soldiers, Poole Park Bowling Green 1915.
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Wounded Soldiers, Poole Park Bowling Green 1915.

Museum Ref No: B6a _0159
Group of wounded soldiers posing for a photo on Poole Park Bowling Green. Photo by Fred Cathery.
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Wrens (WRNS) and sailors at Hamworthy Naval Base
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Wrens (WRNS) and sailors at Hamworthy Naval Base

Museum Ref No: G9_0001
Postcard picture of 16 WRNS and 6 sailors in posed group; members of Hamworthy Naval Base; 1917. Photograph by Welch (226 High Street, Poole).
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WWII Landing Craft
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WWII Landing Craft

Museum Ref No: B4a_0007
A World War II Landing Craft. Brownsea Island can be seen in the distance. From the Ernest Bristowe collection.
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Yeatman's Mill, the Quay
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Yeatman's Mill, the Quay

Museum Ref No: BEAM_0029
World War 11. Rear of Yeatman's Mill, the Quay, after air raid 3 June 1942. B/W photograph. JPBC
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G. Yeatman - wedding
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Yeatman, G. Yeatman - wedding

Museum Ref No: G9_0005
Bridal couple posed together; Mr. G. Yeatman of the 'Lord Nelson' on Poole Quay in Officer's uniform and Miss Maude Mansfield of Haddeson, Herts; 5 November 1914.
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Your King and Country Thank You Postcard and Letter c1917
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Your King and Country Thank You Postcard and Letter c1917

"Your King and Country Thank You" Christmas Card and accompanying 2 page letter. Sent to George Stokes on November 13th 1917, From The Reverend Edward Hounslow, Hamworthy Rectory.
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