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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: Injured male and female guerilla fighters are brought to Malta from the Dalmatian coast after being injured fighting for the Allies. Some are very young.
Description: The hospital ship Dinard enters Grand Harbour and the casualties come off, walking wounded first. They are given sweets and cigarettes by the St John's representative on the island. The stretcher cases are loaded into ambulances and driven off to the 39 General Hospital. Casualties on the wards. Male and female patients outside the wards with the Matron, orderlies and MO's of the hospital.