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PostSubject: Looking for G. Lefley    2/11/2017, 10:50

Good morning

I am looking for information on a medic named G. Lefley. He was a part of the 32nd casualty clearing station attached to the British Army of the Rhine which was the first clearing station to enter Bergen Belsen after it was liberated. If any of you have any information about him please let me know. Thank you
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PostSubject: Re: Looking for G. Lefley    3/11/2017, 21:55

Hi,
Sorry! Not aware of anything relating to Bergen Belsen and 32 CCS. Someone may know a source of information?

I am aware of excellent 35mm footage ( approx 4 mins long) of 32 CCs at Reviers, moving casualites to a Hospital Ship off Juno Beach.

The film, after about 1 min is of really good quality for 1945 ! Maybe the person you seek is shown.

Let me know if you are interested. I'll seek out the source for you.

Alan...

PS. I have found one mention of 32 CCS being at Belsen. G. Lefley's name not shown.
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PostSubject: Re: Looking for G. Lefley    4/11/2017, 07:10

There is a very good search facility on here which brings up 32 Casualty Clearing Station:-


http://www.bergenbelsen.co.uk/
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PostSubject: Re: Looking for G. Lefley    4/11/2017, 08:52

Here are some films/videos from The Imperial War Museum regarding 32 Casualty Clearing Station.

One from France Reviers. The first frames of the film are very dark, later the film is in fantastic quality.

The second is from Belsen, where 32 CCS are mentioned. There a few films shown. The 4th Film is 32 CCS.

http://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/1060008457

http://www.iwm.org.uk/history/the-liberation-of-bergen-belsen


PS. Sheldrake's link mention in the previous post has some really good lists and diaries where 32 CCS is mentioned, including many staff lists. Use the SEARCH button and type in : 32 Casualty Clearing Station.

Alan
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