Photograph showing the entrance of the Royal Pavilion during its use as an Indian Military Hospital during World War One. An ambulance can be see parked in the entrance portico, while several recovering soldiers stand and chat.
Photographic image on card of the entrance of the Royal Pavilion when used as a Military Hospital for Wounded Soldiers. A ambulance and Indian soldiers are also in the picture. Card reads: 'The Royal Pavilion, Brighton, as an Indian Military Hospital. Main Entrance, Western Front.'