Reference numberHB/2/148
TitleLetter from William Bonnar, 344 Wing, SEAAF, to Professor [Henry] Barcroft
Date5 November 1945
DescriptionIs sorry to hear about the 'failure of the release attempt' but thanks him for the effort. Notes that his position has improved and he has been busy with interesting work. Thinks the prospect of returning 'to peacetime existence is now quite clear'. Has the medical care of 1500 people, many Indian - describes their condition and main maladies. Will send a photo when he has an opportunity of getting one taken.
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