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In the days before cheap international travel, our Branches in Overseas Territories helped people in the United Kingdom meet people from different cultures.
See some of the quilt squares sewn by civilians interned at Changi Prison in Singapore during the Second World War.
From driving motorised ambulances to tracing missing and wounded soldiers, this photo gallery shows some of the ways our volunteers helped in the First World War.
The International Federation helps co-ordinate the international work of Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies. Find out how it all started.
For over 100 years, we've had local Branches in British Overseas Territories. Many have become their own Red Cross National Societies as their countries gained independence.
For over a century, the British Red Cross has been helping protect and support people who have been forced to leave their country fearing persecution.
The British Red Cross is supporting the three-year programme, which is funded by a £4 million grant from the UK government’s Department for International Development(DFID).
28 Apr 2015
Now it's ready to save lives in disaster-hit Kathmandu.
See photos showing how Red Cross volunteers helped soldiers and civilians in the Second World War.
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