The Red Cross has been around for more than 150 years - think you know everything about us? We bet you're wrong...
From our archives, a handmade Christmas card from a legendary nurse.
The nurse depicted in Banksy's Game Changer artwork bears the red cross emblem - but why?
Our curator introduces an exploration and celebration of Black British history in our online exhibition
From WWI to the coronavirus pandemic, let's hear it for the nurses who've looked after us through so much.
Created by a defiant group of women prisoners during the Second World War, the Changi quilt is packed with secret messages and hidden meanings
The Red Cross was involved at every stage of D-Day, planning supply chains, caring for wounded soldiers and more.
Once a society painter, Doris Zinkeisen was the first artist to enter the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp after it was liberated
Remembering 70 years with Her Majesty The Queen as our Patron. Here, we take a look back at some moments in that relationship, from her earliest address at our National Conference to comforting service users during their time of need.
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