No.3 Casualty Clearing Station, A.P.6?

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  1. Bazooka Joe

    Bazooka Joe Member

    Hi everyone,
    I've been given some papers belonging to my grandfather which state that he was attached to No.3 C.C.S. A.P.6

    Can anyone tell me what the A.P.6 stands for?

    I'd also be interested in hearing anything about the unit's movements in NW Europe, and when they landed at Normandy.

    Cheers
     
  2. 4jonboy

    4jonboy Daughter of a 56 Recce Patron

  3. Bazooka Joe

    Bazooka Joe Member

    Thanks. So they landed on D+2. That ties in quite well with the field service postcard that he sent from Normandy on 09/06/44.
     
  4. Mr Jinks

    Mr Jinks Bit of a Cad

    WO 177/628 3 C.C.S. 1939 Sept.- 1946 Apr for the Diaries? Perhaps speak with Drew? Jonkerbos Cemetery was started ny 3 CCS too I believe?

    Kyle
     
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  5. Bazooka Joe

    Bazooka Joe Member

    Cheers Kyle. I don't suppose the diaries are available digitally?
     
  6. Mr Jinks

    Mr Jinks Bit of a Cad

    No, but Drew will copy them for you?

    Kyle
     
  7. Sussex by the Sea

    Sussex by the Sea Senior Member

    Does that file have nominal rolls of casualties Kyle? My grandfather was treated by 3 CCS at Dunkirk.

    Steve
     
  8. Mr Jinks

    Mr Jinks Bit of a Cad

  9. aussie113

    aussie113 Junior Member

    can u advise where 3 ccs was based prior to dunkirk? can drew contact me...
     
  10. Mr Jinks

    Mr Jinks Bit of a Cad

    Aussie113 you can send `Drew` a message? Start a conversation with Drew5233

    Kyle
     

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