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Paul Burston
... Paul Burston is a British journalist and author ... Born in York and raised in South Wales, Burston attended Brynteg Comprehensive School and studied English, Drama and Film Studies at university ...
Burston, Norfolk
... Coordinates 52°24′N 1°09′E / 52.4°N 1.15°E / 52.4 1.15 Burston Burston Area 9.17 km2 (3.54 sq mi) Population 538 - Density 59 /km2 (150 /sq mi) Civil parish Burston Shimpling District South ... Burston is famous as the site of the Burston Strike School, the longest strike in British history ... in Norfolk, is notable for the role played in the Burston strike by its rector, the Reverend Charles Tucker Eland ...
Samuel Burston - World War II - South West Pacific
... Burston departed the Middle East for Batavia on 22 January 1942 ... On 8 May 1942, Burston became DGMS at GHQ (Australia), which soon became Land Headquarters (LHQ) ... On his visit to Papua in September 1942, Blamey asked Burston to intercede with Rowell, the relationship between Blamey and Rowell having broken down as a ...
Samuel Burston - World War II - Middle East
... the Director General of Medical Services (DGMS), Major General Rupert Downes, tapped Burston for the post of Assistant Director of Medical Services (ADMS) of the 6th Division ... Burston officially joined the Second Australian Imperial Force on 13 October 1939 with the rank of colonel, and received the serial number VX2 (VX1 being Lieutenant General Sir Thomas ... When I Corps was formed in April 1940, Burston was appointed to its staff as Deputy Director of Medical Services (DDMS) ...
Samuel Burston
... Major General Sir Samuel Roy Burston KBE, KStJ, CB, DSO, VD, FRCP, FRCPE, FRACP (21 March 1888 – 21 August 1960) was an Australian soldier, physician, and horse racing identity ... prominent Melbourne soldier and businessman, Burston graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery in 1910 ... Burston was mentioned in despatches and awarded the Distinguished Service Order for supervising an advanced dressing station under fire during the Battle ...