• Rosemary Cresswell, ‘The British Red Cross and the University of Oxford in the First World War’, in Filiberto Agostini (ed.), Università in Europa e Grande Guerra (Milan: Franco Angeli, 2020), pp. 100-118.
  • Rosemary Cresswell, ‘The ‘British Red Cross still exists’, 1947-74: finding a role after the Second World War’, in Neville Wylie, Melanie Oppenheimer and James Crossland (eds.), The Red Cross Movement: Myths, Practices and Turning Points (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020), pp. 148-63.
  • Henry Irving, Rosemary Cresswell, Barry Doyle, Shane Ewen, Mark Roodhouse, Charlotte Tomlinson and Marc Wiggam, ‘The real lessons of the Blitz for Covid-19’, History and Policy, 3 April 2020,, with accompanying film –
  • Rosemary Cresswell, ‘First Aid to the Injured, 39th edition’ and ‘ARP Helmet’ in Tom Foakes (editor), Treasures: Faith, Care, Valour. Highlights from the Collection of the Museum of the Order of St John (London: Priory of England and the Islands of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem, 2019), pp. 130-31 and 170-71.
  • Stefan Ramsden and Rosemary Cresswell, ‘First Aid and Voluntarism in England, 1945-1985’, Twentieth Century British History, advance access, open access, 2019 [Click to link to the site]
  • Barry Doyle and Rosemary Wall, ‘What was Healthcare Like Before the NHS?’, The Conversation (3 July 2018) [Click to link to the site]
  • Barry Doyle, ‘English First Aid Organisations and the Provisional IRA Mainland Bombing Campaign of 1974’, The Historian: The Magazine of the Historical Association, 136 (February 2018), 28-32.

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