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Free Officers


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Free Officers

Freer, Sir Robert William George (1923-2012), air force officer

WILLIAMS, Robert (1881 - 1936), Free Lance Journalist; Ex-Labour Propaganda Officer, Daily Herald

Wet, Christiaan Rudolph de (1854-1922), army officer and politician in the Orange Free State

PEACOCK, W. Arthur (1905 - 1968), Press Officer, Unitarian Church Headquarters; Editor Modern Free Churchman; Minister, Putney Unitarian Church

TRAVERS, William Morell Lindon (born 1958), President, Born Free Foundation (UK), since 2014 (Chief Executive Officer, 1991–2013)

BLACK, Claud Hamilton Griffith (died 1946), late 12th Royal Lancers; re-employed at War Office, Oct. 1939; Liaison Officer with Free French and Allied Forces since 1941

JAGGER, Jonathan David (born 1951), Surgeon-Oculist to the Queen, since 2002; Consultant Ophthalmologist: Royal Free Hospital, since 1986; King Edward VII’s Hospital for Officers, since 1995; St Luke’s Hospital for the Clergy, since 2000

LEWIS, Adam Anthony Murless - Serjeant Surgeon to the Queen, 2001–06; Consultant Surgeon, Royal Free Hospital, 1975–2006; Surgeon: St John and Elizabeth Hospital, London, 1975–2006; King Edward VII Hospital for Officers, London, 1991–2006

COMPSTON, Nigel Dean (1918 - 1986), Consulting Physician, retired; Royal Free Hospital, 1954–83; Royal Masonic Hospital, 1960–82; St Mary Abbot’s Hospital, 1957–73; King Edward VII Hospital for Officers, 1965–72

BROUGH, Michael David (1942 - 2004), Consultant Plastic Surgeon: University College London Hospitals, Royal Free and Whittington Hospitals, since 1982; St Luke’s Hospital for the Clergy, since 1986; King Edward VII’s Hospital for Officers, since 1992

CUNNINGHAM, John (born 1949), Professor of Nephrology, University College London, and Consultant Nephrologist, Royal Free Hospital and University College London Hospitals, since 2003; Physician to the Queen and Head of HM Medical Household, 2005–14 (Physician to the Royal Household, 1993–2005); Physician, King Edward VII’s Hospital Sister Agnes (formerly King Edward VII’s Hospital for Officers), since 1993

BRANSON, William Philip Sutcliffe (1874 - 1950), retired; Consulting Physician, Royal Free Hospital; Consulting Physician to St Andrew’s Hospital, Dollis Hill, NW; sometime Medical Officer, Sun Life Office; Medical Attendant to Nursing Staff, St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Associate Examiner in Medicine, University of London; Physician, Duchess of Westminster Hospital, BEF, and Temp Col AMS; Consulting Physician 5th Army BEF

SMITH, Kenneth Shirley (1900 - 1987), Lieutenant-Colonel RAMC 1942; Hon. Physician and Cardiologist, Charing Cross Hospital and to the London Chest Hospital; formerly: Chief Medical Officer Marine and General Mutual Life Assurance Society; Consulting Physician, Samaritan Free Hospital for Women; Staff Examiner in Medicine, University of London; Examiner in Medicine, Conjoint Board

BERRY, (Frances) May Dickinson (1857 - 1934), formerly Anæsthetist Royal Free Hospital and Alexandra Hospital for Children; Assistant Medical Officer (Education) to the London County Council; President of the Association of Registered Medical Women; Hon. Secretary Section of Anæsthetics, Royal Society of Medicine; Joint-Head of Anglo-Serbian Hospital Unit in Serbia, 1915–16, and Medical Officer British Red Cross Unit to Yugo-Slav Army, Odessa, 1916–17

SAROLEA, Charles (1870 - 1953), Officer of the Order of the Crown; Royal Belgian Life Saving Medal; Belgian Civic Medal, First Class; Knight Commander of Saint Sava; Knight Commander of Polish National Order, Polonia Restitua; Officer de la Légion d’Honneur; First Consul Free Congo State; Foreign Member of Royal Acad. of Belgium; Member of Brazilian Acad. of Rio de Janeyro; late Professor of French Literature in the University of Edinburgh; First Belgian Consul-General, Edinburgh, and Doyen d’Age of Consular Corps of Edinburgh-Leith

ALLBERRY, Albert Spenser (1880 - 1949), Assistant Editor, The Field, April 1946, and Advisory Editor Golf Illustrated; Publicity Officer to Air Ministry and Head of Branch for RAF Exhibitions in liberated countries until April 1946; Editor of Citizen Service (incorporating Rising Strength); Assistant Editor The Navy; Editor-in-Chief Red Cross and St John Emergency Committee, 1939; Pilot Officer RAFVR, 1940, resigned owing to health; in 1942 flew Atlantic in bomber on special mission to USA for the Air Ministry; Free Lance Journalist; Press Liaison Officer, Sea Power, Empire Art and other important Art Exhibitions; Editor-in-Chief Holiday Travel; Editor of This Homeland of Ours, 3 vols; Editor of Piccadilly, 1929–30; late Editor-in-Chief of the Bystander; Acting Editor, 1916; Assistant Editor and Art Editor, 1909

HOSKIN, Theo. Jenner Hooper (1888 - 1954), Physician and Cardiologist, Royal Free Hospital; Consulting Cardiologist, St Paul’s Hospital for Genito-Urinary Diseases; Consulting Physician to Royal National Throat, Nose, and Ear Hospital; Lecturer of Medicine, University of London; late Examiner in Medicine Conjoint Board; late President, Med. Soc. of London; Chief Med. Officer to Pearl Assurance Co., and to Friends’ Provident and Century Life Office; Liveryman of Skinners’ and Past Master Worshipful Co. of Makers of Playing Cards

ROBERTS, Charles Hubert (died 1929), Temporary Assistant Physician Accoucheur St Bart’s Hospital; Senior Physician, Samaritan Free Hospital for Women, London, and Physician to In-Patients, Queen Charlotte’s Lying-in Hospital, London; Government Vaccinator to Queen Charlotte’s Hospital; Member Visiting Staff War Hospital, Epsom; Hon. Obstetric Physician, Lady Howard de Walden’s Maternity Home for Officers’ Wives; Hon. Gynæcologist Hostel St Luke for Poor Clergy, London; Fellow of Royal Society of Medicine; late Hon. Secretary to Section on Obstetrics and Gynæcology, Royal Society of Medicine, 1913; Examiner in Midwifery and Gynæcology Conjoint Board, London; Examiner to Central Midwives Board, and Examiner in Obstetrics and Gynæcology, University of Sheffield, 1913

 
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A secret Egyptian army organization led by Colonel Gamal Abdel Nasser, the Free Officers conspired to overthrow King Farouk I in July 1952. Because it was a secret cabal that ...


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