UPL 14952


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Redgrave Park 65th General Hospital U.S. Army During World War II, the 65th General Hospital, a reserve unit of Duke University, Durham, North Caroline USA, was located here on the grounds of Redgrave Park. Of Nissen Hut construction, supplemented by ward tents, the hospital had 1456 beds and served from February [] 1944 to August 20th 1945 as the major hospital centre for the surrounding U.S. 8th Air Force. In addition, after D Day, June 6th 1944, it treated thousands of wounded soldiers moved here from the war on the continent. Dedicated 26th June 1992 As a symbol of friendship between our two countries


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Memorial at the entrance to Redgrave Park
Photo taken 12 July 2013, Gary Atkins