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There are currently 39 names in this directory beginning with the letter D.
D’Arcy, Priscilla
R.A.M.C. 29th British General Hospital
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Dale, Ray
L/SGT Belsen Liberator At rest on September 3rd 2019 at the R.S.U.H, Ray aged 95 years of Tunstall, formerly of Knypersley, dearly loved husband of the late Dorothy, much loved dad of Elaine & Adrian, father in law, grandad, dear brother to Catherine and the late Doreen, Joan, Mary & Wilf, brother in law, special uncle & great uncle. Ray will be greatly missed by all his family & friends. Biddulph.
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Dale, Thomas William (113th)
Service number 818096 Regiment 113 LAA Regiment RA Gazette date 15 Dec 1944 Award Gallantry Cert.
Submitted by: 113th Durham Light Infantry RA

Dane, Rosslyn A J (Capt.) (113 LAA)
Rosslyn A J Dane Birth 12/09/1912 • Dover, Kent Death SEP 1997 • Thanet, Kent, England
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Daniell Robert Bramston Thesiger Brigadier

Daniell, Robert (Captain)Submitted by: Archive

Daniels, Bob (Lt Col)Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Dantell, Vivian
Volunteer More
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Davies, Arthur (RAMC)
Royal Army Medical Corps
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Davies, Daniel Oliver
Guy's Hospital medical student. Davies, E Margery P
Edith Margery Pearce Davies. Born 1895. Guide International Service hospital team. In charge for a month of 700 patients.
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Davies, W. A. Maj.
US Army, a consultant in typhus control attached to 21 Army Group
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Davies, Walter (RAF)
RAF Medical
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Davis, Thomas Ernest (RAOC 37 Kinema Section)Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Davis, W.A. Capt.
US Typhus Commission
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Davys, Michael Gwynne Douglas
Guy's Hospital medical student. De Greff, E M (Red Cross)
Red Cross Relief Officer
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Dearden, Elizabeth (FRS)
FRS arrived at Belsen Sat night 21st April (Friends Relief Service) Maiden name: Elizabeth T Clarkson More More
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Deeks, Elsie
St John’s Ambulance
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Delson, Ben RCAF
Canadian. He was an aircraft mechanic and amateur photographer stationed near Bergen-Belsen More
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Dempster, Kenneth Robertson (Medical Student)
Medical Student. St Thomas More
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Dent, Charles Enrique Dr.
Medical Research Council More (1911–1976)
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Deverill, K G Lt (113th LAA)
Att 100 Club (113th LAA)
Submitted by: 113th DLI Archive

Dews, Jesse (Pioneer Corps)
Jesse worked in the Pioneer Corps and served in France and Germany with Canadian troops. He was one of the first in to the Concentration Camp of Bergen-Belsen.
Submitted by: Martin Greatbatch

Diack, Bill
2nd Fife and Forfar Yeomanry
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Dickson. Michael, Irwin (Sgt)
86th Hertfordshire Yeomanry Field Regt R.A.
Submitted by: Dorothy Ramser

Dixey, John Roger Bertram (Medical Student St Barts)
Medical Student. St Bartholomew’s Hospital “We were dealing with the killer, the main killer, which was typhus.” More
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Doherty, Muriel Knox
Arrived at Belsen Camp on July 11th 1945 "Australian nurse, who ran Belsen Hospital, is going Poland as chief nurse UNRRA Mission. This practical - looking woman with a kindly smile had one rule only in her Belsen hospital It was “No rules and regulations allowed.’’ ... Muriel Knox Dougherty (1896-1988) was a leading figure in Australian nursing and nurse education. More
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Doignie, Albert
REME Corporal attached to the 109th Heavy Artillery, RA. He too was at Belsen and he told me of some of the most appalling events there. He entered there on 15th April 1944 and remained there until he was sent home on leave, sick with dysentry, on the 18th May
Submitted by: Archive

Dossetor, Andrew Ernest (Medical Student St Barts)
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Doubleday, George Nelson
One of the bulldozer drivers
Submitted by: David Mason

Downing, VincentSubmitted by: Owen Wood

Drew, Albert
Tank Regt.
Submitted by: Archive

Duff, Hector
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Duff, John (113th DLI)
My Grandad John Duff went into the camp April 1945. He said it was a terrible place. I remember as a child playing with 2 silver rings a silver signet ting with a black enamel line through it and the other a silver skull and cross bones. He took them from a dead SS officer. He told me the skull and cross bone ring was an honour ring gifted to the Nazi members by Heinrich Himmler as a reward for good service. The camp had to be destroyed it was rife with Typhus.
Submitted by: Marie Millar

Duffy, DennisSubmitted by: Archive

Duncan, William
11th Armoured Division Fife yeomanry "Within the first tank squadron which helped the final push towards the camps". Mr Duncan, of Castlehill, Turriff
Submitted by: William Duncan

Dupont Paul

Dutton, Gordon (Medical Student)
Middlesex Hospital More
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