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Army Aidman administers penicillin to battle casualty (coloured ad by Schenley Laboratories, Inc., Lawrenceburg, Indiana, August 1944 - "Thanks to Penicillin ... he will come home"!)

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Posted by:
Martha Chalmers
Posted on:
Sunday 23rd February, 2014
Name: Martha Chalmers
Where did you hear about us? Just stumbled upon it while surfing
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I'm looking for information about my mother's service. She was stationed as a nurse during WW II at the US Army hospital in Cherbourg


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Steve Dike
Posted on:
Friday 21st February, 2014
Name: Steve Dike
Location: Colordao, USA
Unit: My father was in the 607th Tank Destroyer Battalion
Website Address: tankdestroyer.net/
Where did you hear about us? Search Engine
Comments:

This site is a great resource. Thanks for all your hard work!!


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Deb Cairns
Posted on:
Thursday 20th February, 2014
Name: Deb Cairns
Location: Chicago, IL
Unit: 108th General Hospital
Where did you hear about us? Just stumbled upon it while surfing
Comments:

My Dad is 92 and was a private in the 108th General Hospital, Henry J. Brunette. I can't tell you how thrilled he was to see the information on his unit. He may have problems with his short term but his war memories are very sharp. Thank you so much for all the work you've collected here.


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Daniel Hines
Posted on:
Monday 17th February, 2014
Name: Daniel Hines
Location: USA, PA
Unit: 30th Infantry Reg.
Where did you hear about us? Just stumbled upon it while surfing
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My father served in the 30th infantry reg. during WWII. He was captured was a POW in Stalag VIIA. His record lost in fire, so I have been researching. Believe Stalag VII was sent to Lucky Strike (RAMP) then home.


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John Krause
Posted on:
Saturday 15th February, 2014
Name: John Krause
Location: United States
Where did you hear about us? An Online Forum
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MY Father was a Tech Sgt in the 11th Evac Unit. Thanks for publishing history.


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