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Men of the 3rd Hampshire Volunteer Battalion at Bedhampton, posing for the camera in what looks like a local community hall.  Not all volunteer recruits were sent on active service; some were kept at home as the forerunner of Dads Army and undertook local guard duties. HMCMS:DPAAIT24

Men of the 3rd Hampshire Volunteer Battalion at Bedhampton, posing for the camera in what looks like a local community hall. Not all volunteer recruits were sent on active service; some were kept at home as the forerunner of Dads Army and undertook local guard duties. HMCMS:DPAAIT24

Awaiting the Call Soldiers of hut 17, Z Company, Royal Army Medical Corps, at Tweezeldown Camp, Aldershot, in September 1916.  The names of the men are given on the back of the photograph with a note to say that they were waiting for orders to proceed towards the theatre of war. HMCMS:R2005.47 / DPABLD85

Awaiting the Call Soldiers of hut 17, Z Company, Royal Army Medical Corps, at Tweezeldown Camp, Aldershot, in September 1916. The names of the men are given on the back of the photograph with a note to say that they were waiting for orders to proceed towards the theatre of war. HMCMS:R2005.47 / DPABLD85

Staff and patients gather outside a Military Hospital in Basingstoke to watch two men engaged in a balancing act.  One man sits on a wooden chair which the other is holding in his teeth and supporting by a pad on his forehead.   HMCMS:DPAAOS09

Staff and patients gather outside a Military Hospital in Basingstoke to watch two men engaged in a balancing act. One man sits on a wooden chair which the other is holding in his teeth and supporting by a pad on his forehead. HMCMS:DPAAOS09

Workmen pause for a group photograph during the construction of a guard room for an army camp in the Winchester area.  The postcard, which was sent to an address in Bradford, Yorkshire, is postmarked 2.2.1915

Workmen pause for a group photograph during the construction of a guard room for an army camp in the Winchester area. The postcard, which was sent to an address in Bradford, Yorkshire, is postmarked 2.2.1915

Men of the 20th Officer Cadet Battalion, 1917.  This photograph was taken in December 1917.   HMCMS:R2003.92 / DPABLD71

Men of the 20th Officer Cadet Battalion, 1917. This photograph was taken in December 1917. HMCMS:R2003.92 / DPABLD71

Meal Time Several soldiers, wearing a variety of uniforms, are involved in food preparation at an army transit camp in the Winchester area during the First World War.   WINCM:PWCM 29557

Meal Time Several soldiers, wearing a variety of uniforms, are involved in food preparation at an army transit camp in the Winchester area during the First World War. WINCM:PWCM 29557

A corporal in the Royal Army Medical Corps poses with his children at Aldershot Railway Station prior to his departure on active service.  This is one of a series of postcards taken in 1914 when it was believed that the war would be soon over.  HMCMS:DPABBM57

A corporal in the Royal Army Medical Corps poses with his children at Aldershot Railway Station prior to his departure on active service. This is one of a series of postcards taken in 1914 when it was believed that the war would be soon over. HMCMS:DPABBM57

Camp at Hackwood Park, Basingstoke  Photographed early in the First World War, these elegantly dressed ladies in picture hats have come to visit the camp of the Ist Volunteer Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, at Hackwood Park.  The three soldiers to the left are clearly not overawed and have struck a relaxed pose for the camera.  HMCMS:DPAAMO26

Camp at Hackwood Park, Basingstoke Photographed early in the First World War, these elegantly dressed ladies in picture hats have come to visit the camp of the Ist Volunteer Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, at Hackwood Park. The three soldiers to the left are clearly not overawed and have struck a relaxed pose for the camera. HMCMS:DPAAMO26

Cameron Highlanders and their Mascot  6th (Service) Battalion was part of the New Army and was formed at Inverness in September 1914.  The battalion moved through Hampshire, first to Aldershot and then Bramshott and later Basingstoke in February 1915.   HMCMS:DPAANJ69

Cameron Highlanders and their Mascot 6th (Service) Battalion was part of the New Army and was formed at Inverness in September 1914. The battalion moved through Hampshire, first to Aldershot and then Bramshott and later Basingstoke in February 1915. HMCMS:DPAANJ69

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