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Gardner, Albert William
RAMC Lt. 1945 Mentioned in dispatches. The first British medical officer to enter Belsen. Won the Militray Medal in First World War on active service. Medically trained at St Barts, qualifying in 1925. Killed in a car accident January 22, 1956, Cooksbridge near Lewes. He was 53.
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Easom, John Arthur
Royal Welch Fusiliers Present at the liberation. He never spoke of it.
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Cree, Malcolm Henry
Born Dundee 1910. Royal Horse Artillery One of the first British doctors to enter Beslen.
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Bowie, Alan Ian
RAMC
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Cameron, Thomas Gordon
B. April 30th 1918. (Earlier) 11th Light Field Ambulance. Army Blood Transfusion Unit Work for 2 months at Belsen
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Hall, David
Rose to rank of acting Lt Col. Worked with repatriation of refugees at Belsen. Subsequently bacame a doctor
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Young, Hamilton Baird
Born 1903, Ayrshire Landing in France on D-Day with 21st Army Corps of Canadians as Medical Officer. MO at Belsen with Canadian unit. Mentioned in Dispatches in November 1945. Known as 'Hammy'
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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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Willcox, John Michael
(Medical) Awarded the Military Cross. One of the first doctors to enter Belsen.
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Rose, James Dudfield
RAMC. Evacuated from Dunkirk, was at the seige of Tobruk and was sent to the liberation of Belsen.
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