The Talbot House is a 18th century house that became a relaxation haven for English soldiers in the middle of the First World War. The house is named after the killed officer Gilbert Talbot, the son of the Anglican Bishop of Winchester. The museum displays paintings, photographs and drawings made my soldiers that illustrate everyday life at the front during the First World War.
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