The United States Army 32nd Field Hospital in the Italian Campaign of World War II

 

 

Submitted Photos of the 32nd Field Hospital in World War II

 

General George Marshall interviewing Major Voges, Platoon A Commanding Officer of  the 32nd Field Hospital,  in Northern Italy on February 14, 1945.

 

General George Marshall interviewing Major Voges, Platoon A Commanding Officer of  the 32nd Field Hospital,  in Northern Italy on February 14, 1945.

 

The 32nd Field Hospital traveling to the Pacific Theater in World War II from Longhorn, Italy, on board the USS Gallatin.

 

Colonel Robert J. Griffin, Commanding Officer of the 32nd Field Hospital, on board the USS Gallatin heading for the Philippines from Longhorn, Italy in October 1945.

 

General Crittenberger's visit to the32nd Field Hospital in Northern Italy, 11 December 1944

Left to Right: General Willis D. Crittenberger, Commanding General IV Corps; Major Vernon A. Walters, U.S. Liaison Officer; Lt. Col. Edwin Stephenson, IV Corps Liaison Officer with the Brazilian Army; Lt. Col. Austin W. Bennett, IV Corps Surgeon; Major General Joao Batista Mascarenhasd, Commanding General Brazilian Army; and Captain Arkie Bowyer, Commanding Officer 32nd Field Hospital. (U.S. Signal Corps Photo)

 

Major James M. Mason awarded Legion of Merit

On 8 November 1944, Brgadier General Joseph I. Martin, Chief Surgeon, Fifth Army, awards the Legion of Merit to Major James M. Mason, from Birmingham, Alabama, for outstanding services in Italy with the 32nd Field Hospital.

 

Members of "A" Platoon at Camp Ruckers, Alabama

From Left to Right: Steve Belogh, Center Unknown, and Bob Mattison in 1943.

 

John Maher ( left) and his buddy Larry Gephart - Italy 1945 (Submitted by Tom Maher).

 

 

 

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Moline, Illinois U.S.A.

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