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WAR DIARY
or
INTELLIGENCE SUMMARY
Army Form C.2118
Unit: 34 (Br) Casualty Clearing Station RAMC
Month and Year: April 1945 (Erase heading not required). Commanding Officer: Lt. Col. R. Evans
Place Date Hour Summary Reference
HELMOND 1 1800 22 cases admitted, 24 evacuated.
1   Lieut. D. Clark, RAMC joined for duty from 110 Gen Hosp.
2 1800 28 cases admitted, 27 evacuated.
3   W3008 and W3009 to GHQ 2nd Echelon. Appx I (1)
3 1800 29 cases admitted, 20 evacuated and 1 died.
4 1800 27 cases admitted, 23 evacuated.
4   Lieut. D.M. Carnegie, RAMC despatched to 110 Gen Hosp for duty as trainee anaesthetist.
5 1800 35 cases admitted, 31 evacuated.
5 1815 Nursing Lectures for NO I Course commenced. Appx J (1)
6 1100 8 Corps Medical Study Day held at this CCS.
6 1200 Capt J.M. Wallace, RAMC, reported from 31 FDS for temporary duty with 31 FTU.
6 1800 35 cases admitted, 25 evacuated.
6   Rev. L.R. Earnshaw, CF 4 Cl (Meth) posted to 15 (S) Division.
7 1800 24 cases admitted, 34 evacuated.
8 1800 16 cases admitted, 22 evacuated.
9 1800 26 cases admitted, 23 evacuated.
10   W3008 and W3009 to GHQ 2nd Echelon. Appx I (2)
10 1800 25 cases admitted, 17 evacuated.
11 1800 23 cases admitted, 31 evacuated.
12 0900 Major E. Hova (Norwegian Medical Services) now attached to 156 Fd Amb.
12 1800 18 cases admitted, 25 evacuated.
13   539 Mob Dental Unit now attached for temporary duty.
13 1800 32 cases admitted, 24 evacuated and 1 died.
14 1800 42 cases admitted, 18 evacuated and 2 died.
15 1800 33 cases admitted, 42 evacuated and 2 died.
16   Unit now to receive and evacuate personnel of American Army being transferred from US Clearing Station. Cases requiring further treatment beyond CCS level to be evacuated to Gen Hosps in EINDHOVEN for transfer to American Hosps.
HELMOND 16 1800 22 cases admitted, 17 evacuated and 1 died.
16   Major T.J. Fairbank (Surgical Specialist) reported for duty as OC 33 (Br) FSU.
17 1800 27 cases admitted, 36 evacuated and 1 died.
17   W3008 and W3009 to GHQ 2nd Echelon. Appx I (3)
17   Capt P.J. Hardie, RAMC temp attached from 109 (Br) Gen Hosp as trainee surgeon.
18 1800 34 cases admitted, 42 evacuated.
19 1500 New DDMS 8 Corps (Brigadier J. Melvin, OBE, MC, TD) visited CCS.
19 1800 20 cases admitted, 23 evacuated.
20 1800 18 cases admitted, 23 evacuated.
21 0900 Capt J.M. Wallace, RAMC, returned from to 31 FDS from temp attachment to 31 FTU.
21 1200 38 (Br) FSU now attached for duty.
21 1800 15 cases admitted, 15 evacuated.
22 1800 13 cases admitted, 13 evacuated.
23   Sister CW Hobbs posted to 113 Gen Hosp.
23   38 (Br) FSU now attached to 23 (Br) CCS.
23 1800 10 cases admitted, 31 evacuated.
24 1445 Major General E. Phillips, CBE, DSO, MC (DMS 21 Army Group) accompanied by DDMS Second Army visited CCS.
24 1800 10 cases admitted, 11 evacuated.
24   Lieut. N. Brown (325 Coy Pnr Corps attached) returned to parent unit.
24   W3008 and W3009 to GHQ 2nd Echelon. Appx I (4)
25 1800 6 cases admitted, 15 evacuated.
25   Sister A. Leith (86 Gen Hosp) joined for temporary duty.
26 1800 15 cases admitted, 11 evacuated.
26   Rev E.G. Albany, CF (C of E) attached to this unit for temporary duty from 33 CCS.
27 1800 21 cases admitted, 16 evacuated.
28 1800 30 cases admitted, 29 evacuated.

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Source: Jeroen Koppes, TracesOfWar.com.

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