Book Diva Review: Blackmore Park in World War II

I am posting this, once again, almost two months after originally posting it. Thoughts of my father and his war involvement are on my mind, for some reason.

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blackmoreparkBlackmore Park In World War II, by Fran and Martin Collins. My father served in World War II, and was deployed to Blackmore Park, Malvern, which is in England. He was there for several months before being deployed from there to other areas in Europe…Belgium, Germany, and Italy.

It was an estate which was used for U.S. Army Medical Corp during the war.

Blackmore Park In World War II
is an inspiring look at how Blackmore Park became a sanctuary, of sorts, for those who were wounded during World War II. The men and women who strove to help others through their immense efforts were individuals who put others first.

From nurses to townsfolk, to the U.S. military, everyone gave their all to make life as good as possible within the hospital barracks and the military tents. The book is a testament to all those who were concerned and…

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