Top Right
Navigation
Background Top Right

Guestbook

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

Welcome to our Guestbook. This is the area on the site where you can leave us your thoughts and comments about our website. You can also view other entries in our guestbook, and see what others think.

Please use the form below to sign our guestbook:

Sign the Guestbook
Name:
E-mail Address:
Location:
Unit (if applicable):
Website Address:
Where did you hear about us?:   
Comments:
Visual Confirmation:
Type the number into the box.




Posted by:
Edgar D. Newman
Posted on:
Wednesday 12th February, 2014
Name: Edgar D. Newman
Location: Signal Mtn., TN
Unit: 163rd General Hospital
Where did you hear about us? Search Engine
Comments:

My outfit, the 163rd General is apparently the "forgotten" unit of WWII. We trained at Camp Grant, IL along with the 162nd and the 164th but no one has ever posted anything about the history of our hospital.


| Top |


Posted by:
Rosemary Foubare Domina
Posted on:
Sunday 2nd February, 2014
Name: Rosemary Foubare Domina
Location: Greeley CO
Unit: 5th Evac Hosp
Where did you hear about us? Search Engine
Comments:

Father, Louis Foubare & Mother, Jane Lawhon, both served with 5th Evac Hosp. So, so happy to find this site and get the whole history of their unit! I only had bits and pieces from what they ever said and from their military records. They passed away in 1995 & 1996.


| Top |


Posted by:
Anne Audette
Posted on:
Thursday 30th January, 2014
Name: Anne Audette
Location: U.S.A.
Website Address: https://www.facebook.com/JohnTubinisAtCampBreckinridge
Where did you hear about us? Search Engine
Comments:

Thank you for this fantastic site.


| Top |


Posted by:
Patrick Nobilio
Posted on:
Wednesday 29th January, 2014
Name: Patrick Nobilio
Location: England, France
Unit: 44th Hospital Train Unit
Website Address: www.med-dept.com/unit_histories/44_evac_hosp.php
Where did you hear about us? An Online Forum
Comments:

My father, Louis Nobilio, was a private with the 44th Hospital Train Unit. Does anybody have memories of him?.


| Top |


Posted by:
Deidre Bell
Posted on:
Wednesday 29th January, 2014
Name: Deidre Bell
Location: San Diego, CA
Unit: 41st Evacuation Hospital
Where did you hear about us? other
Comments:

It was wonderful to read a history of the 41st Evacuation Hospital in which my dad, Jack Burrell, served during WWII. THANK YOU!


| Top |


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9133 134 135  ]



| Home | Contact Us | Site Map |

All material on this website, including the name and logo, unless otherwise stated is © Copyright 2006-2014 to WW2 US Medical Research Centre. Some Rights Reserved.
Bottom Left Background Bottom Right