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Dart, J.


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Mr. and Mrs. Reg. Dart have received a letter from their son, Spr. Jack R. Dart, who is in France, stating he is in a hospital with a thigh wound. The letter did not state how serious the wound is, but the family are assured he will have the best of care. Spr. Dart has been overseas nearly two years. He is in a British hospital in France.


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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.
Date of Publication:
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.