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66 1940 Haupt Kriegsgefangenen Lazarett. BMaastricht. In September 1938, the hospital was first been blown up in the early hours of that day. Fortunately, the1940, most hospital workers and volunteers were unable toreach the hospital, because all bridges across the Meuse hadecause of the threat of war, early in 1938, the RedCross was ordered to set up a ‘Territorial Hospital’ in 174 on standby in the Theresia School in the Wittevrouwenveld. five doctors who were attached to the hospital were present. After the general mobilisation was proclaimed in the At six a.m. the first patient arrived, a child that was hit in the Netherlands in August 1938, the hospital was further fitted out shoulder by a stray bullet. Seven civilians, four Dutch and with an operating theatre and kitchens among other things. 25 German soldiers were to follow that day; 28 surgical When war actually broke out around Maastricht on 10 May, procedures were performed.


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