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Eberlee, T.


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Word has been received that Capt. T.H. Eberlee, who has been stationed in England is now transferred to the Canadian Mediterranean area.


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Col. T.H. Eberlee enlisted with the 45th Battery 7th Field Reg. and trained at Petawawa and Sussex (NB), proceeding overseas on 11 November 1941. He was transferred to Educational Branch in England, then in Mediterranean area, in Sicily and Italy, with 8th Army and 21st Army Group—6 months in Rome, director of Education for all Canadian troops in Mediterranean area. Sam position with H.Q. in Brussels, then transferred to Germany and finally to Holland, Director of all education work there for all Canadians in European theatre of operations. He was promoted to rank of full Colonel on 15 August 1945.
Date of Publication:
9 Dec 1943
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Personal Name(s):
T.H. Eberlee
Collection:
World War II Service Files
Language of Item:
English
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Eberlee, T.


Col. T.H. Eberlee enlisted with the 45th Battery 7th Field Reg. and trained at Petawawa and Sussex (NB), proceeding overseas on 11 November 1941. He was transferred to Educational Branch in England, then in Mediterranean area, in Sicily and Italy, with 8th Army and 21st Army Group—6 months in Rome, director of Education for all Canadian troops in Mediterranean area. Sam position with H.Q. in Brussels, then transferred to Germany and finally to Holland, Director of all education work there for all Canadians in European theatre of operations. He was promoted to rank of full Colonel on 15 August 1945.