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Key American engagements included battles at Cantigny, Belleau Wood, and Château-Thierry, which helped stop the German drive toward Paris in the spring of 1918. S. presidents sent troops into Caribbean and Central American countries, most often the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Mexico. These projects effectively triggered activation of US Convalescent Hospitals in the ETO. 2d EVAC HOSP – USANIF 27 Sep 42 – 10 Feb 44 England – Belgium (ex-4th EVAC HOSP, disbanded 24 Aug 42, split in 2 different units, the 2d EVAC HOSP sent to Northern Ireland, 4 Sep 42, and the 48th EVAC HOSP transferred to India 18 Jan 43) 4th EVAC HOSP – 10 Feb 40 (disbanded 24 Aug 42, redesignated 2d EVAC HOSP, embarked for Northern Ireland 4 Sep 42, redesignated 48th EVAC HOSP, embarked for India 18 Jan 43) 6th EVAC HOSP – 10 Feb 40 (disbanded 24 Aug 42, redesignated 9th EVAC HOSP, embarked for England26 Sep 42) 9th EVAC HOSP – USAFBI 26 Sep 42 – 1 Nov 44 France (ex-6th EVAC HOSP, disbanded 24 Aug 42, supplied enlisted personnel to other units, including this Hospital) 12th EVAC HOSP – USAFBI 6 Jan 43 - ETO – 7 Sep 44 France - Belgium (ex-19th EVAC HOSP, disbanded 25 Aug 42) 19th EVAC HOSP – USAFBI 6 Jan 43 (disbanded 25 Aug 42, split in 2 newly designated units; 7th EVAC HOSP sent to Tongatabu 7 Apr 42, and the 12th EVAC HOSP transferred to England) 42d EVAC HOSP – 1 Jun 41 (disbanded 15 Oct 42, partly split in 2 separate units; the newly designated 27th EVAC HOSP, embarked for North Africa 3 Apr 44, and the designated 77th EVAC HOSP, which embarked for England 5 Aug 42) 44th EVAC HOSP – USFBI 26 Nov 43 - ETO 19 Jun 44 France – 12 Sep 44 Belgium – 9 Feb 45 Germany – 23 Sep 45 France (medical support to former KZ-Nordhausen inmates from 16 Apr to 4 May 45, to ZI 10 Nov 45, and inactivated 21 Nov 45) 59th EVAC HOSP – MTO 25 Aug 44 Southern France – 26 Mar 45 Germany (after serving in French Morocco, Tunisia, Sicily, Italy, and Southern France, the unit was transferred from NATOUSA to ETOUSA, 1 Nov 44; on 10 May 45, part of the Hospital staff was detailed to the recently liberated KZ-Dachau, where the 59th EVAC HOSP C.

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