Over There and Back - Scholar's Choice Edition

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Correspondence of James Henry Reid, Class of 1866. 13 letters written to parents while a Rat at VMI (Aug-Nov 1862), containing references to cadet life, hazing, uniforms, food, guard duty, etc. 1 letter (1864 march 7) written while serving with the 13th Virginia Artillery Regiment. Warfare became “total,” as governments took control of much of the economy in order to mobilize their populations and resources. O. was assigned as Camp Surgeon, assisted by personnel of the 116th EVAC and 127th EVAC HOSP) 77th EVAC HOSP – USAFBI 5 Aug 42 – 21 Jul 44 France – Dec 44 Belgium (ex-42d EVAC HOSP, disbanded 15 Oct 42) 91st EVAC HOSP – USAFBI 8 Nov 43 – ETO 10 Jun 44 France – 7 Sep 44 Holland - 15 March 44 Germany (ex-6th SURG HOSP, to ZI 2 Sep 45) 96th EVAC HOSP – USAFBI 28 Feb 44 – ETO 16 Jun 44 France – 28 Sep 44 Belgium – 22 Nov 44 Germany – 27 Dec 44 Belgium – 25 Feb 45 Germany (ex-8th SURG HOSP, 96th EVAC HOSP inactivated 11 Mar 45) 120th EVAC HOSP – ETO 21 Dec 44 England – 6 Mar 45 France – 30 Mar 45 Germany (took over SS-barracks and arranged for medical treatment of former inmates, political prisoners, and slave-laborers at KZ-Buchenwald, as from 5 Apr 45 onwards, assigned to provide medical care of DPs in certain areas of Germany, as from 29 Apr 45, relieved by 7th FLD HOSP 2 Jun 45) Daniel, First let me apologize for not noticing this right away.

Pages: 264

Publisher: Scholar's Choice (February 8, 2015)

ISBN: 1294964186

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