Our exhibition at the Museum of Liverpool told the whole history of the School. We have preserved the exhibition with an audioguide, BSL, short films and a 360 degree tour.
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In the three years from 1798 ‘Egyptian opthalamia’ hospitalised whole regiments of British and French soldiers during Napoleon’s Egyptian campaign. It was the beginning of opthalmology becoming a far more respected profession. Those affected by blindness while fighting overseas were eligible for financial support from the State.