An exhibition about the Brighton Pavilion Hospital for Limbless Soldiers from 1916-1919.
Over 6,000 men were admitted for treatment, recuperation and retraining. The exhibition includes images and text from the soldiers' publication, Pavilion Blues, and explores their local experience as adult learners at the purpose-built Queen Mary Workshop, and the Art School.
Using material from the Royal Pavilion and Museums, Brighton and Hove, and the University of Brighton Design Archives, its historic interest resonates with contemporary debates about war, disability and military rehabilitation.
In affiliation with the exhibition, the Centre for Research in Memory, Narrative & Histories also engaged people in an open seminar to discuss the central themes of the exhibition.
Here are a selection of images and newspaper clippings documenting the time at the Brighton Pavilion Hospital.