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When Germany occupied the Channel Islands during the Second World War, islanders relied on the Red Cross for food and communciations with the UK.
Searching for information about a relative who served as a British Red Cross volunteer in the First or Second World War? We may be able to help.
The four Geneva Conventions, agreed by every country, set out how soldiers and civilians should be treated in wartime.
Read about the history of our branch - from 1961 when it was founded by Mrs Ethel Cook-Bodden to the present day.
Find information about visiting our museum and archives for research purposes and FAQs.
If you're a researcher, find out about our archives, audio visual collection, historical publications and museum items.
Our Royal Charter is the governing document that sets out our purpose, powers and responsibilities.
Find out more about the tremendous role our volunteers and staff have played throughout history.
Have a special item that is related to our history? Find out what kinds of donations we accept for our collections.
Find out about some of the medals and badges the British Red Cross has issued over the years.
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British Red Cross, UK Office, 44 Moorfields, London EC2Y 9AL Phone: 0344 871 11 11. Fax: 020 7562 2000.
The British Red Cross Society, incorporated by Royal Charter 1908, is a charity registered in England and Wales (220949), Scotland (SC037738) and Isle of Man (0752).
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