Andrew Ernest Dossetor

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Andrew Ernest Dossetor (died 5 December 2013), was a British general practitioner who was one of the volunteer London medical students from St Bartholomew's hospital sent to assist at Belsen following its liberation by Brish troops in 1945. There, he became severely ill with typhus, delaying his return home. His case was discussed many years later in the House of Commons.

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