WWII 32nd Station Hospital | WWII Africa to Caserta Italy
| Willard O. Havemeier WWII
THIS IS ANOTHER STREET SCENE TAKEN FROM
OUR HOTEL; THE FIGURE ON THE RIGHT IS TYPICAL OF WOMEN WHEN
ON THE STREET. THEY MUST BE COMPLETELY COVERED WITH
ONLY ONE EYE VISIBLE.
This is the Hotel Transatlantique
where the nurses and officers were quartered.
Our Officers and Nurses marching in
Tlemcen on November 11, 1943, Armistice Day. Our enlisted
men also took part in this celebration, and I must add that
it was a great feeling, marching to one of our American Military bands
and saluting our
Lt. Col Robert O.Y. Warren,
Chief of Medical Service. He was a well-liked Officer,
and from my perspective as an enlisted man I always thought
of him as a credit to his profession and an excellent example
of an Officer and a gentleman.