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|Army Form C.2118|
|Unit: 129 Field Ambulance|
|Month and Year: October 1944||(Erase heading not required).||Commanding Officer: Lt. Col. W. Stewart RAMC|
|HOLLAND||1||0001||Fd Amb located 656697 (Sheet 1)|
|2||1830||Fd Amb moved and located 654652 (Sheet 1) CCP remained in location 656697 (Sheet 1)|
|3||0001||Fd Amb and CCP in same locations.|
|5||1000||CCP joined Fd Amb.|
|8||1030||CCP moved with 129 Inf Bde Gp and located at 716525 (Sheet 5)|
|15||1400||Lieut-colonel W. Stewart RAMC assumed command of the Field Ambulance from Lieut-colonel A.D. Bourne RAMC.|
|17||1130||Lieut-colonel A.D. Bourne RAMC departed to take over command of 86 (Br) General Hospital.|
|20||1300||Fd Amb moved to 599605 (Sheet 5)|
|27||1430||Lecture by OC 49 FSU and OC 7 FTU on 'Evacuation of Casualties'|
|31||2359||Fd Amb and CCP in same locations.|
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Source: Jeroen Koppes, TracesOfWar.com.
Disclaimer: This War Diary is based on its original, but typos might be corrected. Locations are calculated, so might not be in the correct place. For historical research, always check the originals.