Places of interest mentioned in this World War 2 army biography and war diary book

Below are particular places of interest which are mentioned in the war diary, book and story. A full itinerary for this war biography is here.

22nd Canadian Hospital, Southampton- Bill was operated upon here to remove the shrapnel when he was wounded after D-Day.
Avola - Landed here in the invasion of Sicily
Auchmore House, Killin, Scotland - Convalescent home.
Brugge, Belgium
Bushfield Camp, Winchester
Catterick Camp, Yorkshire
Corfe Castle
Dundee Royal Infirmary - Bill was taken here to recover from his wounds. Met Mary Wiseman.
Fairwater, Cardiff
Fenham Barracks near Gosforth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Glencorse Barracks
Gosforth racecourse
Gourock Port, Glasgow
Highcliffe Castle
Kabrit camp
Lytton Street, Middlesbrough
Mareham-le-Fen, Lincolnshire - Dad was stationed here for some time in 1942
Marton, near Morecambe - First Territorial Camp held here before war started.
North Africa
Primosole bridge
Princess Street, Edinburgh - Dad's first Hogmanay started here!
Qassasin Camp
Sidi Bishr camp
Southwold pier
Stirling railway station
The River Dochart in Spate, Killin, Scotland
Wadi Akarit, Tunisia, the location of a bloody battle
Wolfsburg House, Duisberg

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