Frith postcard dating
And occupying army children with schoolwork and needlework also had the advantage of keeping them out of trouble!By the nineteenth century, regimental schools catering for army children and teaching a wide range of subjects (practical, as well as academic) were relatively commonplace, and in this respect, the army was ahead of its time.Read shared memories our website visitors have shared of their favourite UK places - we hope you'll join in too and share memories triggered by our special photos.
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As the caption states, the photograph below shows the Royal Hibernian Military School in Dublin, Ireland, with its pupils lined up in front of it.
Mounted on a postcard back, it was mailed in 1911 from Dublin to a recipient in Nottingham.
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