Four to Colonel J.H.Brodie, Staff late Royal Army Medical Corps,
Lot 308
Four to Colonel J.H.Brodie, Staff late Royal Army Medical Corps,
Sold for £420 (US$ 659) inc. premium

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Four to Colonel J.H.Brodie, Staff late Royal Army Medical Corps,
Four to Colonel J.H.Brodie, Staff late Royal Army Medical Corps,
Defence Medal; General Service 1918-62, one bar, Malaya (Major J.H.Brodie. R.A.M.C.); U.N.I.C.Y.P. Medal; Campaign Service 1962, one bar, Borneo (Colonel J.H.Brodie. Staff.). Very fine or better. (4)

Footnotes

  • Colonel James Hurrie Brodie was born in Aberdeen on 9th March 1914, he graduated in medicine at the University there in 1937. In his early years he worked at Darlington Memorial Hospital and for a time as a general practitioner in Lancashire. He was granted an emergency commission in the Royal Army Medical Corps in 1941 and served in both the United Kingdom and India. After the war he made his career in the speciality of Army health, serving as a deputy assistant director of Army health in Aldershot and Malta. In 1953 he completed the Army's senior officers' course and obtained the DPH. Subsequently he served in Germany, the United Kingdom, and Singapore, before returning to the United Kingdom in 1967 to the Army medical rehabilitation unit until its closure in 1968. He then became assistant director of medical services, Western Command, retiring from the Army in 1971. A second career immediately followed as a medical officer in the medical branch of the North Fylde central office of the Department of Health and Social Security, where his wide experience was invaluable in his job of dealing with the medical aspects of war pensions. He formally retired from that job in 1982 but continued on a sessional basis thereafter. He died on the 6th July 1984.
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