Marker is located in Resorts Casino on the Dining Level by Gallagher's Burger Bar
Text of the marker:
This plaque commemorates Merv Griffin's Resorts as site of Thomas England General Hospital, the largest hospital in the United States during World War II.
From June of 1942 through November of 1945, more than 300,000 men and women worked, trained and recuperated in Atlantic City also known as "Camp Boardwalk." During that time, more than 4,500 war casualties were treated at England General.
With this plaque, we salute those brave men and women and their contribution to the United States of America.
DEDICATED ON JUNE 1, 1992
BY CAMP BOARDWALK 50TH REUNION
For additional information on Atlantic City's role in World War II, go here.