The propagandists view of a wounded "Tommy". No 146147.
The reality of the Great war, wounded soldiers with eye injuries but please note the poor man on the left with no hands. No 565.
A brave Soldiers recovering from his bad wounds is presented with a Gallantry medal from a Major General, members of the Royal army medical Corps look on. No 680.
When a soldier was wounded he was quickly as possible treated and went through a system of care, which if everything went well he returned to action. Many men returned to the mother Country for final treatment and convalescence. To identify them the wounded wore a uniform of a blue jacket with white lapels, a white shirt and red tie finished off with his service cap with a Regimental or Corps badge on it.
A close up of a wounded Leicestershire Regiment Soldier, Photographer of Loughborough. No 762.
Leicester's Soldier standing at the back in the middle. No 1631411.
This Tiger is wearing an armband on his Greatcoat sleeve showing that he is recovering from wounds. No 268.
When convalescing the men went to the cinema and took part in other pastimes and they were entertained by grateful members of the public, Leicester's soldier second right. No 276.
A group of proud wounded a Tiger (a regular?) sitting front left. no 275.
Four wounded soldiers a Leicester stands on the left. No 271.
Two wounded Tommie's a Tiger on the left. No 270.
Three smoking wounded, a Leicestershire Regiment soldier on the right. No 269.
A large group of wounded at York, a Leicester standing far left. No 272.
Some wounded at Alnwick, a Tiger sitting on the bench second left. No 274.
A Leicester on the left, photographer of Carlisle. No 273.
Wounded Leicestershire Regiment Soldier lying under the dark blanket.
The war Hospital Leicester, three Leicester's stand on the right, dated June 1915. No 898.
A clear image, a Leicestershire Soldier on the left. No 855.
Wounded Soldiers entertaining other wounded Soldiers, a Leicestershire Regiment Territorial sits front middle. No 1631414.
Soldiers on the way home or back to the Front. Two Leicester's standing back row far left and second left. No 1631412.
A wounded group from various Regiments a Leicestershire Regiment soldier stands second right. No 49141.
A wounded Tiger stands on the right, written on the back of this postcard is "Paddington VAD Hospital 1917". No 49142. Many thanks to the people of Switherland Village Leicestershire for the help in the purchase of this image for the website.
A very dapper looking Pte 23379 Albert Dawtry 10th battalion Leicestershire Regiment later he served in the Royal Engineers as a Pioneer. This postcard is signed on the back by Albert with a note " Left Ilkley 23/8/1918". No 431015.
A group of wounded soldiers and nurses, a Leicestershire Regiment soldier stands on the far right. No 3291015.
An image taken in July 1917 at a Hospital in Blackpool, a wounded Tiger stands fourth from the left with a bandage on he side of his face. Another Tiger is sitting on the back row right with his right arm in a sling. No 11116.
A group of wounded soldiers at the 5th Northern General Hospital Leicester a Leicestershire Regiment soldier sits on the ground first right. No 11816.
Wounded soldier "Ted" convalescing in Eastbourne. No 205171.
A message written by Ted on the back of a French "Silk" postcard and sent to his sister "Don't worry I am in the Pink but would like to come home".
A group of wounded soldiers at the Northern general hospital in Leicester including a wounded Tiger. No 43171.
A group of wounded soldiers and nurses with a Leicestershire Regiment soldier sitting in the middle row. No 5100917.
Wounded soldiers with some nurses most of the soldiers seem to have suffered leg injures. A Leicestershire Regiment soldier is standing on the back row second on the left. No 309174.
Royal Army Medical Corps staff with a large of group of formally wounded soldiers, siting on the front row second on the right is a Leicestershire Regiment wearing a "tropical" service dress. No 32181.