Reference numberHB/2/54
TitleLetter from Lord Dunleath, War Organisation of the British Red Cross Society and Order of St John of Jerusalem Ulster Joint Committee, to Professor Barcroft, President of the Belfast Medical Students' Association, Queen's University, Belfast
Date4 May 1945
DescriptionWas glad to offer help and sorry his efforts were unsuccessful [in the plan to send Belfast medical students to volunteer in prison camps]. Hopes that [Barcroft] can make satisfactory arrangements with the Ministry of Health. Includes copies of his telegrams expressing the offer of help and the response from the BRCS that recruiting is done at the Ministry of Health.
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