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Displaced persons are treated at Cologne hospital.
Major C.N. Hamlin of Rockford, Illinois, collapses the lung of a farmer inmate of a former German concentration camp, now neing treated for tuberculosis in the Seventh U.S. Convalescent Hospital at Cologne, Germany. Captain Hasty of Hartland, Michigan, and a German nurse are assiting the doctor. More then 900 displaced persons are now being treate…