WW II Combat Nurses with Jeep in France, 1944

WW II Combat Nurses with Jeep in France, 1944

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This photo was taken by a U.S. Army Signal Corps photographer in France on 12 August 1944. A group of field hospital nurses are grouped around their jeep with several trucks also partly visible. This unit had just arrived from England.

The Signal Corps logo is visible very light in the lower right of the photo. The letter K has been written on the photo at the right middle.

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