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|Army Form C.2118|
|Unit: 104 Town Major|
|Month and Year: December 1944||(Erase heading not required).||Commanding Officer: Major H.F.M. Maidment|
|EINDHOVEN||6||1730||Capt H.B. Mitchell, R.C. of Sigs, completed his instruction with this unit and was transferred to Town Majors Office (No 121) HELMOND.|
|16||1740||First V1 dropped in the town. Cas:- Mil personnel: Killed 2, Admitted into hospital 1. Civilians: Killed 14, Admitted into hospital 60 (14 serious)|
|19||1100||Major J.A. Letillier, DAA & QMG, First Cdn Army, arrived EINDHOVEN to render temporary assistance to the unit.|
|20||0001||EINDHOVEN included in Cdn Army area, and this unit became directly under comd HQ A Tps, First Cdn Army.|
|22||0900||Capt D.M. McDonald, A/Q Office, First Cdn Army also arrived to render temporary assistance to this unit.|
|25||2345||Two A.P. Bombs dropped on the Rly Stn.|
|28||0900||Capt H.W. Lawson, Som L.I. reported for temporary duties with the unit.|
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Source: Jeroen Koppes, TracesOfWar.com.
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