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Can any one please tell me where 92 British General Hospital is/was?
My father was wounded at Anzio, Italy in 1944 and correspondce to my
mother about his condition has the letter head "92 British General
Hospital, C.M.F." and signed by a Matron of the Territorial Army Nursing
Any help appreciated.
E F Lingard email@example.com