STAFFORD, Va. - June 8, 2021 - (Newswire.com)
Thomas Nelson has completed his new audiobook, "History of 318 Field Hospital": an inspiring and true compilation of first-person narratives that takes readers along the gruesome journey of World War I medics in a Northeastern France field hospital.
Thomas states, "Camp Lee was named for General Robert E. Lee of the confederacy. It was located a short distance from Petersburg and about a two hours' train ride from Richmond. It occupied what had been the most sorely contested ground in the Civil War. Grant's Wilderness Campaign was fought here. The remains of the Petersburg mine, later called the Crater, which was planned by the Union Army investing Petersburg, were close by.
"During the winter of 1917-1918, the company was engaged in varied activities. Part was sent to the base hospital when the influenza epidemic was at its peak. Hallgren was hauling coal, Housworth driving a team of mules, etc. Only a skeleton of the company remained in the barracks when the spring of 1918 came. Then came an addition in the shape of eighteen to twenty recruits from Philadelphia and the vicinity. These were Robinson, Jones, Hamm, Tecklenburg, Stack, Shaak, Larson and others. They, enlisting about April 3, 1918, were sent to Depot Brigade, were taught a little squad drill, and about two weeks later, marched across the parade ground with their bed sacks, suitcases, etc. to their future home."
Published by Audiobook Network, author Thomas Nelson's new audiobook is a well-researched book that provides an immersive account of the daily lives of Military medics training for inconceivable events during World War I. Listeners follow along the daily lives of this group of medics during this historically significant event.
Listeners can purchase the audiobook edition of "History of 318 Field Hospital" by Thomas Nelson through Audible, the Apple iTunes Store, or Amazon.
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Original Source: Author Thomas Nelson's New Audiobook, 'History of 318 Field Hospital', is an Engrossing True Story About a Team of War Medics and Their Journey During World War 1