Series - Dalhousie no. 7 stationary hospital

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Dalhousie no. 7 stationary hospital

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  • 1912-1967 (Creation)

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The Dalhousie University No. 7 "Overseas" Stationary Hospital was established in response to the need for qualified medical personnel required to serve in the First World War. It was first mobilized on November 9, 1915 at Dalhousie Medical College in Halifax. Balcom was involved as pharmacist and stock keeper for the second half of the war. In later years he was an active force in keeping the survivors in touch and organising reunion events.

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