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Casualty Clearance to UK - French Hospital Ship?


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I have been trying to translate the vessel by which my Grandfather was invalided to England on 29 August 1918 after being wounded on 21 August 1918. Wondered if anyone had any ideas from the attached?

I think he was 2 Aust Gen Hospital and then onto a ship. I suspect it may be a French ship or perhaps a location.

Rgds

Tim D

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Found it?

SS Pieter De Coninck a Belgian vessel launched in 1910, 1767 grt and used as a Cross Channel transport.

Rgds

Tim D

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