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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
Place Date Hour Summary Reference
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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