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Bull, Brigadier William Henry Blinman, NZMC, CBE, OBE, ED, MB ChB, FRCS ED

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Bull, Brigadier William Henry Blinman, NZMC, CBE, OBE, ED, MB ChB, FRCS ED

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Born 19 May 1897. Brigadier Bull joined the Medical Corps in 1917 as a 2Lt. He was recalled from the Reserve of Officers in 1925. He was Assistant Director of Medical Services Central District at the outbreak of WW2 as a Lt Col. read more …

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Well, this is all very interesting. I come from Feilding and didn't know there was a Feilding Archives. Since I have a number of old books with stains etc I would appreciate the phone number of the Feilding Archives you mention.

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Stella James

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shafir · Posted 28 February 2011

Bull, Brigadier William Henry Blinman: have been looking at the reference on your site of my Uncle, and noticed that
"His collection includes his detailed report of his experiences and correspondence with the various camp commandants and his subsequent debriefing in England in 1945"
Is it possible to be able to see copies of this material.

Please contact me by Email trots@clear.net.nz

Sue Trotter

This is a enquiry that came through to our servicedesk. Can you please contact Sue Trotter in relation to her enquiry.

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Community Archive Manager, Archives New Zealand, Head Office, Wellington · Posted 18 July 2010

The RNZAMC Museum is co-located with the Joint Services Health School (JSHS) at Burnham Camp.

JSHS was formally known as the Health Services School (HSS) and prior to that it was the RNZAMC School.

Major Chris Mitchell is now no longer the man in charge. Major Brendon Wood is the Chief Instructor at JSHS so has oversight but the School Sergeant Major, Warrant Officer Tim Crowe looks after the facility as a personal interest, as I used to when I was posted there.

He is now the best person to contact about current holdings. Some official war diaries and unit records have been sent to National Archives.

David McLuckie · Posted 16 June 2010

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