ROYAL HOSPITAL CHELSEA: EVERYDAY LIFE WITH THE CHELSEA PENSIONERS, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1945
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A general view of part of the interior of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, showing one of the 200 foot long 'Long Wards'. Along the right hand side of the photograph can be seen the berths or cubicles in which the Pensioners live. When designed by Wren, the berths measured six feet square. In the centre is one of the ranges which are used for cooking.