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Article about: Can anyone make out the name of the evacuation hospital name on the stamp please? This one is written for Red Army soldier Moskalets Fedor Gordeevic of the 248th Rifle Regiment who was wound

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    Can anyone make out the name of the evacuation hospital name on the stamp please?
    This one is written for Red Army soldier Moskalets Fedor Gordeevic of the 248th Rifle Regiment who was wounded in 1943. It has the stamp of the evacuation hospital but unfortunately I can’t make out the name.

    Again my apologies my I phone won’t post the photos correctly despite my efforts

    Many thanks

    Nick
    1944 Red Army Soldier Wound Certificate1944 Red Army Soldier Wound Certificate
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    Hi Nick!
    Most likely there should be a number of the hospital, not a name. I've found two similar certificates and stamps, please have a look.

    1944 Red Army Soldier Wound Certificate

    1944 Red Army Soldier Wound Certificate

    It's impossible for me to decipher the number on your certificate, but look what I've found on Pamyat-naroda.ru about the soldier, here you can find numbers of hospitals:

    1944 Red Army Soldier Wound Certificate

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    Usually there should be a number of the hospital yes. I have several of these documents, all with numbers. But perhaps it's my eyes betraying me but it feels on Nick's document there was no number but a name instead.

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    Thank you McSeam, this is great information

    Nice examples too

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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