Maharajah Gives A.R.P. Ambulances to Brighton
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THE Maharajah of Nabha, who recently left Sandhurst ,and who was to have returned to India to rule a population of 250,009 people when the war broke out, has presented Brighton Red Cross with two A.R.P.
ambulances " as a war contribution.' The ambulances, which can accommodate three stretcher cases, have bodies by Thomas Harrington, Ltd„ Hove, mounted on Minerva 30 h.p. chassis. The vehicles were supplied by George Newman and Co., Ltd.