82 General Hospital was reorganised as a general hospital for 1560 (half British; half Indian) and moved to Constantinople "around the end of November 1918"
As for 21 Stationary, it was withdrawn from Salonika to support 27th Division in the Caucasus ....
The 27th Div occupied posts in Armenia & Georgia. 21 Stationary Hosp., 27 CCS and 22 Advanced Deopt of Medical Stores were at Batoum. All the units associated with 27 Div in the Caucasus were disbanded along with 27Div at the time (in Sept 1919) of the withdrawl from the Caucasus and Trans-Caucasus......
I very much appreciate your information on the 82nd General Hospital and the 21st Stationary Hospital.
The 21st Stationary Hospital must have been relocated after September 1919. My Grandfather saw active service with 47 'A' Squadron ('C' Flight), South Russia, from June 1919 to 13th March 1920. According to his service record he was admitted to the 21st Stationary Hospital, Feneraki on the 21st March 1920, and thence, on 29th March, to the 82nd General Hospital. Upon returning to England he was admiited to Cambridge Military Hospital, Aldershot.
Are you aware of the existence of photographs or other records relative to the 21st Stationary and 82nd General Hospitals, or indeed Cambridge Military Hospital? I have recently acquired a postcard of the latter.
Any information or help will be very much appreciated.