'The medical services in an armoured division', a reprint of an article from the Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, Jul 1950; 'The unexpected', an article on the surrender of the German Medical Base of the Army Group, South East in Austria in 1945, ; medical instructions for the initial treatment of radiation injury,1958; a text of a speech on the current situation and plans for future development in the Royal Army Medical Corps, .
BARNETSON, Maj Gen James Craw (1907-1984)
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- Dates of Creation1950-
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Born in 1907; Lt, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1931; Capt, 1934; Adjt, Territorial Army, 1938; Deputy Assistant Director of Medical Services, Territorial Army, 1938-1940; Maj, 1941; Staff College, Camberley, 1942; Assistant Director of Medical Services, Air Force Headquarters, 1942-1943; Assistant Director of Medical Services, 6 Armoured Div 1943-1946; Assistant Director of Medical Services, Scottish Command 1946-1947; Lt Col, 1947; Assistant Director General of Army Medical Services, War Office 1947-1950; Joint Staff College, Latimer 1950; Assistant Director of Medical Services, 11 Armoured Div, 1951; Assistant Director of Medical Services, SHAPE, 1951-1953; Officer Commanding, Commonwealth Military Hospital, Japan, 1953-1954; Assistant Director of Medical Services, General HQ, East Africa,1954-1957; Col, 1955; Assistant Director of Medical Services, 6 Armoured Div, 1958-1959; Commandant, Field Training Centre, Royal Army Medical Corps, and Headquarters, Army Emergency Reserve, Royal Army Medical Corps, Mytchett, 1959-1960; Deputy Director of Medical Services, Northern Command, 1960-1961; Maj Gen, 1961; Director General of Army Medical Services, War Office, 1961-1964; Director of Medical Services, HQ, British Army on the Rhine, 1964-1966; Honorary Physician to the Queen, 1961-1966; retired, 1966; Col Commandant, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1968-1972; died in 1984.
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