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Nankeville, Bill
Unit currently unknown. George William Nankeville (24 March 1925 – 8 January 2021) was a British middle distance athlete who won the AAA mile title four times in five years between 1948 and 1952. Nankeville was born on 24 March 1925 to a working class background and his father was a milkman. Nankeville was a natural runner and early on didn't have any coaching but he still raced before joining an athletics club. In 1944, during World War II, he joined the army having made parachute containers and petrol tanks in Woking for three years prior. He served in Brussels, Belgium, Hamburg, Germany and took part in the liberation of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. He was also the father of television impressionist Bobby Davro. He died in January 2021 at the age of 95.
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Natolski, Richard Dr. (Camp 1 Hospital)
A political prisoner at Belsen. In the very early days Hardman appealed to Colonel Johnston, who allowed him to set up a “first-aid centre” in camp 1, the death camp. With Doctor Natolski and Lieutenant Marian Tatarczuk, who were both Polish political prisoners, and Stephen Green of the British Red Cross, Hardman created the first improvised hospital at Belsen in what had been the SS pharmacy, which contained some medical supplies. Hardman got it cleaned up by SS women, and doctors and nurses among the inmates helped to establish it. There was space for about a dozen beds, with two patients to a bed, so that it accommodated twenty to thirty sick people at a time. Serving in the first four weeks of liberation as a miniature hospital, its staff struggled to save lives, caring for critically ill people until they could be evacuated to the new hospital in the military barracks. Affidavit of Richard Natolski at Belsen Trial I am a doctor of medicine and 42 years old. I was arrested on 7th January, 1940, as being a meber of the Polish Partisan Army. I have been in concentration camps ever since and came to Belsen only on 11th April, 1945.
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Naylor, Edward (113 LAA)
55 Searchlight Regt RA: 113th LAA Enlistment Date: 00/01/1900
Submitted by: 113th DLI Archive/Belsen Archive

Neilson, Harold (113 LAA)
55 Searchlight Regt RA: 113th LAA Enlistment Date: 29/07/1940
Submitted by: 113th DLI Archive/Belsen Archive

Nesbitt, George William (113 LAA)
55 Searchlight Regt RA: 113th LAA (TA) Enlistment Date: 01/06/1939
Submitted by: 113th DLI Archive/Belsen Archive

Nesbitt, Matthew (RCAF)
126 Wing RCAF. Left their station at Wunstorf and spent approximately four days assisting at Bergen-Belsen
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Newby, Harry (RAMC)
My father was in the Army Medical Corps. during World War II, his unit was one of the first in April 1945 to reach Bergen-Belsen, the consentration camp in Lower Saxony northern Germany, were 70,000 Soviet and Political prisoners had died.
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Newson, George
My Grandfather, Trooper George Newson, helped liberate Belsen as part of the Royal Armourmed Corp More
Submitted by: Kevin Moore

Newton, Stanley (113 LAA)
55 Searchlight Regt RA: 113th LAA Enlistment Date: 30/09/1940
Submitted by: 113th DLI Archive/Belsen Archive

Nicholas, David Alwyne (RAF)
David Alwyne Nicholas More
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Nicholls, Edgar (113 LAA)
55 Searchlight Regt RA: 113th LAA Enlistment Date: 30/09/1940
Submitted by: 113th DLI Archive/Belsen Archive

Nicholls, James Alfred (113 LAA)
LANCE BOMBARDIER 1795509 113th Light Anti Aircraft, DLI Awarded MILITARY MEDAL
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Nicklin, Cyril
113th Durham Light Infantry
Submitted by: Nick Price

Nixon, Ernest
6th Guards Tank Brigade. “He had to bulldoze bodies into a pit using his tank with a large blade attached to the front. I believe my Father had influenza at the time and his duties were turned over to another guardsman.”
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Noble, John (113 LAA)
55 Searchlight Regt RA: 113th LAA (TA) Enlistment Date: 27/04/1939
Submitted by: 113th DLI Archive/Belsen Archive

Noble, Kathleen Amy (nee Cogan)
Kathleen Amy Noble nee Cogan 1891-1980
Submitted by: Belsen Archive

Norquay, John Scott (Dr) (RCAF)
At the age of 19, Scott volunteered to serve in the Royal Canadian Air Force for the duration of the Second World War. Following his training at Trenton, Ontario, as a leading aircraftman, he served on the staff of the ground instructing crews at Calgary and Vancouver. He then joined the ground crew of bomber Squadron 415 in England, rising to the rank of Sergeant. In anticipation of the D-Day invasion, he transferred to 143 Wing in order to support fighter air bases in Europe. Scott joined the liberating forces in France on D-Day plus 6, moving on to air bases in Belgium and Holland. He moved on to Germany to join the Allied forces who had just liberated Bergen-Belsen, where he witnessed the horror of the Nazi atrocities and assisted with the rescue of the survivors. He returned to Canada in June of 1945. Nov 14, 1920 - Sep 07, 2009
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