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Photos of those Fageol buses found the same day we ask for them. A GI that drove them while stationed at Chinon has rare photos of those Army buses. Those Bus Drivers were fast.

Our sincere thanks to James LePant


This website has photos and maps of army hospitals in WWI 


in France. Plan on spending some time here.
http://history.amedd.army.mil/booksdocs/wwi/adminamerexp/default.htm#contents
161. One of the buildings, Camp Hospital No. 56, Avoine
4. Building in Tours in which the finance and accounting division of the chief surgeon's office was located
126. Airplane view of Base Hospital No. 7, Joue-les-Tours
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One of the french worker on the General Depot, called Serge Boisseau now living in Amboise (near Tours) would like to know if the assistant of major Guerfein (1961-1965) whose name was Francis Samson ( and wife Nancy, living in Alexandria, Wash.DC) are still alive. He is waiting for good news but he does not practice Web ( 82 years old). So , thanks for giving me an answer if you know about that, I shall transmit.
If you want to give your feelings about the two matters concerned by our website, I prefer you do it on the Office de tourisme site, because I do not systematicly have a daily look on my own site !
I apologize for my english learnt when I was teenager, ( i.e 55 years before to day) and never improved since !
Thanks for also advising your veteran friends.
Sincerly, Jacques Rabine. JYHERRE@aol.com
http://tourisme.chinon.com/fr/otan/otan.pdf
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                                                                        Another bus photo 

                                                     These busses could be converted to ambulances