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WWII 32nd Station Hospital | WWII Africa to Caserta Italy | Willard O. Havemeier WWII
THE TLEMCEN AREA



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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.


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This is the Hotel Transatlantique where the nurses and officers were quartered.


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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 flag.
 


 
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.
 
 



 


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