June 28 to July 1, 1945

June 28 — Capt. Bill Butler, Gordie and I drove down to Apeldoorn to Army Troops. Had lunch with Bill O’Neil and settled a few minor questions. No word of my draft yet. No sign of Ronnie, Mac or Hans yet either. Perhaps they will come this evening. Am very anxious to know where Ronnie and Hans are being sent.

June 29 — Nothing of interest. This afternoon I went over to Almelo and visited No. 6 CCS. They are located in the hospital where we had an ASC during the 4th Div. advance. I guess Ronnie and Hans must have been posted to another unit as they did not come up on Thursday. No word on draft yet.

June 30 — The last day of June and nothing new at all. Went over to the Officer’s Club tonight for awhile. Will now do a little reading.

July 1 — Nothing to report today. Cold and wet. Have been reading and writing all day.

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About Rob Alexander

I am a writer, photographer and historian and the author of The History of Canmore, published by Summerthought Publishing of Banff, AB.

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