James Morton Muir

BMJ 2008; 337 doi: (Published 13 October 2008) Cite this as: BMJ 2008;337:a2049
  1. Alan M Muir

    James Morton Muir (“Jimmy”) spent most of the second world war serving overseas with the Royal Army Medical Corps in the Middle East, Libya, Italy, and ultimately Berlin; this final posting made a deep and lasting impression on him. He was wounded and awarded the DSO after the battle of Sidi Barrani in the Western Desert in December 1940 when serving as a medical officer with the 1st Battalion The Argyll and Sutherland …

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