Burt, James Hendrie


Burt, James Hendrie
Jimmie Burt


Two oral history interviews with Flight Lieutenant Dr James Hendrie Burt (b. 1922, 203682 Royal Air Force). He served as a medical officer in the RAF between 1946 an 1948.
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Burt, JH

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Interview with Dr James Hendrie Burt. Two
During his time as medical officer at RAF Waddington, James Burt was responsible for inspecting sanitation and food hygiene as well as general medicine. On one occasion he also had to travel to RAF Tangmere to investigate the death of a member of…

Interview with Dr James Hendrie Burt. One
James Burt conducted his medical training St Andrew’s University in Scotland. Although he and his friends had tried to join a Service during the war their training was a Reserved Occupation and not only were they refused but they were strictly told…
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