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Read about the history of our branch - from 1961 when it was founded by Mrs Ethel Cook-Bodden to the present day.
When the Blitz began on 7 September 1940, our volunteers rushed to treat wounded civilians and comfort those who'd lost everything.
16 Mar 2010
As Jersey commemorates the 65th anniversary of its liberation, Jersey Telecom has chosen the British Red Cross as its charity of the year for 2010.
When Germany occupied the Channel Islands during the Second World War, islanders were cut off from family and food. Read their recollections of 60 years ago.
The British Red Cross has been involved in emergency response for over a century. See photos of some of our major UK responses.
See some of the posters from our historical collection, illustrating our work over the last hundred years.
See photos charting the development of the Red Cross' therapeutic care service, which started as a beauty care service for women in hospitals in the 1950s.
Our work changed a lot between the First and Second World War. Take a look at some of the new services we introduced, like first aid for motorists.
See photos showing how Red Cross volunteers helped soldiers and civilians in the Second World War.
The National Health Service (NHS) was created in 1948, but we still had a role to play in the nation's health and care. Find out more.
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