Dr Ian Campbell was born in 1916 and attended Dingwall Academy and then the University of Edinburgh.  He took part in the D-Day landing in June 1944, and treated casualties at various locations in France, Germany and Belgium.

Campbell held a number of increasingly senior posts in the National Health Service, and also worked for the World Health Organisation on projects in Baroda, Gujarat State, Bangalore, Agra, New Dehli and Jakarta.


  • Date of interview: November 1996
  • Archive reference: OBJ/ORA/1/5
  • Interviewer: Martin Eastwood


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