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 History of British Military Hospitals in BAOR

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PostSubject: History of British Military Hospitals in BAOR   15/9/2010, 17:35

While tiding up the BMH Iserlohn page found http://www.scarletfinders.co.uk have put this list together and hope there is help out there with further information

May 45 – 6 British General Hospital Oestacker near Ghent Belgium to Argonne Barracks Iserlohn Jun 45 re-designated 6 British Military Hospital Jan 47 then BMH Iserlohn 1951
May 45 – 9 British General Hospital Belsen Camp to Hamburg Jun 46
May 45 – 25 British General Hospital Wettringen to Munster Jun 45 to Wettringen Jul 45 back to Munster Jul 45 re-designated Dec 46
May 45 – 29 British General Hospital Eccloo Belgium to Belsen Camp Jun 45 to Hannover Jul 45
May 45 – 32 British General Hospital Tildonak Belgium to Rotenburg Jun 45 disbanded Jul 45
May 45 – 36 British General Hospital Hasselt Bourg Leopold Belgium to Rendsburg Aug 45 to Oldenburg Mar 46 disbanded Dec 46
May 45 – 67 British General Hospital Ghent Belgium to Rendsburg Jun 45 disbanded Jul 45
May 45 – 74 British General Hospital Bruges Belgium to Lüneburg disbanded Feb 46
May 45 – 77 British General Hospital Bedburg to Hösel Sep 45 to Wuppertal Oct 45 disbanded Nov 46
May 45 – 81 British General Hospital Wettringen to Lüneburg May 45 to Rendsburg Jun 45 to Belsen Camp Jul 45 to Hannover Aug 45 disbanded Dec 45
May 45 – 84 British General Hospital Venray Holland to Hamburg May 45 to Berlin Potsdam Aug 45 to Gatow Airfield Sep 45 to Spandau Sep 45 re-designated Dec 46
May 45 – 86 British General Hospital Celle to Rotenburg Jun 45 to De Hann Belgium Sep 45 disbanded Nov 45
May 45 – 94 British General Hospital Hamburg-Rissen disbanded Dec 45
Jul 45 – 23 British General Hospital from Saint Andre Lille to Bad Oeynhausen re-designated 155 British Military Hospital Jan 47

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PostSubject: Re: History of British Military Hospitals in BAOR   1/9/2012, 18:42

Steve,
Whilst surfing the net regarding No 94 British General Hospital Hamburg, I came across this web site.

http://www.specialcamp11.co.uk/Field%20Marshall%20Gerd%20von%20Rundstedt4.htm

In the notes about Field Marshal von Rundstedt. The 4 Generals were moved to Hamburg - Barmbeck 24 Sept 1948. I thought it was already closed! Maybe it just moved location?

Not sure it helps with your data collection?

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PostSubject: Re: History of British Military Hospitals in BAOR   2/9/2012, 09:41

Moin Alan

May 45 – 94 British General Hospital Hamburg-Rissen disbanded Dec 45
This was located to the west of Hamburg and Barmbeck is the north east of the city so clearly disbanded and re-designated as 94 British Military Hospital sometime afterwards

As recorded on BAOR Locations for Hamburg
BMH Hamburg was located on 180 Lesserstrasse. D-22049 this is North West of Barmbeck north of Wandsbeck where many barracks were located so clearly there were two BMH locations

May 45 – 9 British General Hospital Belsen Camp to Hamburg Jun 46 this could be the BMH Hamburg on Lesserstrasse

Thanks for the link...I do not have much time at the moment to continue the research with JPW into those early days of BAOR but will continue soon...

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PostSubject: Re: History of British Military Hospitals in BAOR   2/9/2012, 11:50

Alan

Thanks for the link

Like Steve I have a number of high priority personal commitments at the moment so research into the early days of BAOR is on hold for the present, nonetheless some of the info on your link is very relevant to my particular interests
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PostSubject: Re: History of British Military Hospitals in BAOR   20/9/2012, 10:05

I believe BMH Hamburg was in Fuhlsbuttel in 1950 when I was serving at the District HQ in Medical Branch.
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PostSubject: Re: History of British Military Hospitals in BAOR   20/9/2012, 20:00

Gingadun

Welcome. Another puzzle to be sorted out. I am a proud old boy of King Alfred School Ploen

BMH Hamburg was our local hospital (we were 70 miles away). There is a debate going on on our school website as to the exact location. Majority vote is that it was in the Wansbek not Fuhlsbuttel area of Hamburg but we were only spotty teenagers at the time.
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