Albert McAllister, British Red Coss volunteer during the Second World War
Image source: Trinidad and Tobago Red Cross
The Trinidad and Tobago Red Cross Society was founded in 1939 as a branch of the British Red Cross. After the country gained independence from Britain in 1962, it became a recognised independent national society in 1963.
Learn more about some of the volunteers from the Trinidad and Tobago Branch of the British Red Cross: https://ttrcs.org/principles/timeline/
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