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There are currently 22 names in this directory beginning with the letter E.
Eades, Gwennyth (Gwen) (Sgt)
b: 14 July 1919
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Eadie, Fraser (Lt Col) 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion
Lieutenant-Colonel Fraser Eadie Commanding Officer, 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion More
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Easom, John Arthur
Royal Welch Fusiliers Present at the liberation. He never spoke of it.
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Easton Kenneth Charles

Eaton LBdr.

Eckhart Hans

Edwards, Benjamin (Benny)
Seen at the arrest of Kramer More
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Edwards, Charles (AFS)
“in Africa and even in Italy all of us had made a distinction in our minds between the Nazis and the German the first waves of such cruelly broken humanity became a flood [at Belsen], so did the hatred for the Germans in the hearts and minds of all those of A.F.S. who witnessed it at first hand.”
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Edwards, Clement (11th Field Amb) RAMC
Edwards rarely spoke about this experience — only in his later years did he begin to open up to family and close friends, explaining how what he had seen had shaped much of his view of life. More
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Elberfeld, Richard
My dad was attached to a British unit as a volunteer (He was American) - he served in several theaters as well as Belsen More
Submitted by: Anne Elberfeld Cole

Ellenbogen, Basil K
Joined RAMC in 1942. “His experiences of Belsen left a lifelong impression on him“
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Ellener, John Henry
1923–2001 Birth 30.11.1923 • Hunslet, Leeds, Yorkshire, England Death 22.9.2001 • Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
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Elliott, Bernard
Corporal Bernard Elliott of 8 Royal Pioneer Corps Group. “The smell and desolation surrounding the camp was overwhelming. The Commanding Officer rounded up all the officials and wealthy people of Belsen and set them to work caring for the sick and dying and burying the dead.”
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Elliott, John
My father Staff Sargent John Elliott of the Dental Corps was one of the first people to be in the capture of Bergen-Belsen Camp. He had to work hard in the first days as some German troops who had been the guards came to the hospital with broken jaws; the result of blows to the jaw by the butts of the first British soldiers who had fought their way into the camp. He then went on with the Army Hospital to secure the sanitanization of the camp before the huts were burned to eradicate any further diseases. He eventually fought with the Army Hospital all the way to Hannover where he was when the war ended.
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Ellis, Sid (RAMC)
Sid Ellis served as a nursing orderly with the Royal medical Corp. “We had a lot of TB patients in our bit, didn't have em long and they we’re transferred to Sweden.” He befriended one of the inmates and then went onto marry her.
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Elvidge Katherine J. (Sister)
‘There is one English doctor to each square of five blocks, so as you can imagine we don’t see much of her. Then we have some Belgian medical students who also help, I’ve got two assigned to my block.’
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Emmerson, Robert (RAF)
My father was at the liberation of Belsen with the RAF 35 Wing attached to the canadian army contingent
Submitted by: Bob Emmerson. Jun

Essex (Unconfirmed) William

Evans, John Marshall (AFS)
D Platoon 567 Coy AFS (American Field Service)
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Evans, Roy (34 CCS)
OBE Commanding Officer. 34 Casualty Clearing Station. The first medical unit to go into Belsen. Twice mentioned in dispatches during the period.
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Evans, Vernon James
Unknown Unit More
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Evans, Wilfred (113 LAA)
1909–1999 Birth 21ST JULY 1909 • Hunslet, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England Death NOVEMBER 1999 • Abbeyfield House, Clitheroe, Blackpool, Lancashire, England More
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