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|Army Form C.2118|
|Unit: Civil Affairs Staff, HQ 8 Corps|
|Month and Year: March 1944||(Erase heading not required).||Commanding Officer: Col. G.H. Phipps-Hornby|
|SAND HUTTON||3||Col. G.H. Phipps-Hornby assumed appointment of SCAO.|
|HOWSHAM||6||CA Staff moved to HOWSHAM Hall, Yorks.|
|6||Major C.C.J. Briscoe, Norfolk, assumed appointment as SO2 CA (Adm).|
|8||Capt J.C. Collier, Lothians, assumed appointment as SO3 CA (Exec).|
|9||Major W.L. Brown HLI assumed appointment as SO2 CA (Exec).|
|10||SO2s CA and SO3 CA departed for No. 1 Staff Officers Course at 'C' Wing CASC, Peel House, Regency Street, LONDON, SW1.|
|10||SCAO remained alone at HOWSHAM Hall.|
|31||Majors Brown, Puttock and Peltzer returned from course. Major Briscoe and Capt Collier were posted direct from the course to 21 Army Gp and Canadian Army.|
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Source: Jeroen Koppes, TracesOfWar.com, transcribing: Hans Houterman.
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