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|Army Form C.2118|
|Unit: 31 (Br) Field Dressing Station, RAMC|
|Month and Year: May 1945||(Erase heading not required).||Commanding Officer: Major G.Ll. Humphreys|
|LUNEBURG||1||Opened an Area M.I. Room in Scharnhorst Barracks, LUNEBURG, Germany.|
|2||Moved into Block 8 of the Barracks, taking over from 22 FDS. Function is to administer 8 Corps STC and Psychiatrist and provide for Venereal and Psychiatric patients.|
|3||The Light Section commenced running an ambulance Railhead at BIENEN BUTTEL.|
|5||Departure of 8 Corps STC and Psychiatrist and all patients. Reorganised building for reception of light cases (general).|
|6||Re-opened as screen for 33 CCS, 81 Gen Hosp and 74 Gen Hosp when open. Detachment of Capt J M Wallace, RAMC to assist SMO LUNEBURG.|
|7||210 patients attended MI Room this morning.|
|9-31||Continued as screen for 74 Gen Hosp and accepted cases of minor sickness. MI Room of considerable size (average daily attendance 130).|
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Source: Jeroen Koppes, TracesOfWar.com.
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