The Red Cross has been around for 150 years - think you know everything about us? We bet you're wrong...
The Red Cross was involved at every stage of D-Day, planning supply chains, caring for wounded soldiers and more.
From first aid demonstrations, to a coronation and a Diamond Jubilee - our relationship with the Queen has spanned nearly a century.
Did you know that during WWI, the Red Cross used trained dogs to help stricken soldiers on the battlefield? True story.
Here are five inspiring ladies who represent the hundreds of thousands of women who have given their time, skills and passion to our humanitarian work.
Blacmange, cream cakes, peaches and tea? We gave evacuated children from home and abroad, the warmest of welcomes in 1944.
These letters from our archive show the challenges of nursing during difficult times, as well as some of the lighter moments.
We look back at the life of a dedicated humanitarian
We remember brave nurse Edith Cavell who was killed in 1915. Her crime? Moving Allied forces to safety.
Prisoner of war, top-secret spy and subversive stitcher – Cas certainly lived a full life. His daughter had no idea, until she found a mysterious box in the attic.