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Dart, J.


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Sapper J. Dart of Haliburton is Recovering

Lindsay friends of Sapper Jack R. Dart of Haliburton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reg Dart, will be pleased to know that he is now out of the English Military Hospital, where he had been confined for sometime while recovering from battle wounds. He was injured early in July fighting in France.

Jack states in the letter he wrote home that he was as yet not able to re-join his unit, but hoped it wouldn’t be long before he could.

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Trooper Jack Dart, B-63248, enlisted in the Tank Corps in August 1942 at Toronto. He was stationed in Toronto for about a month and then was transferred to Newmarket for his basic training. He also trained at Orillia, Camp Borden and Owen Sound. He went overseas in May, 1943 and trained in Scotland and England. He took part in the invasion of France, being wounded in Normandy on 9 July 1944. He was in the hospital in France for six weeks recovering from his wounds. He was fighting in Belgium before going to the front lines in Holland.
Publisher:
Watchful Warder
Date of Publication:
30 Aug 1944
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Jack Dart ; Reynold Dart
Collection:
World War II Service Files
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.16682 Longitude: -78.49955
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Dart, J.


Trooper Jack Dart, B-63248, enlisted in the Tank Corps in August 1942 at Toronto. He was stationed in Toronto for about a month and then was transferred to Newmarket for his basic training. He also trained at Orillia, Camp Borden and Owen Sound. He went overseas in May, 1943 and trained in Scotland and England. He took part in the invasion of France, being wounded in Normandy on 9 July 1944. He was in the hospital in France for six weeks recovering from his wounds. He was fighting in Belgium before going to the front lines in Holland.