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Telegram sent by Carl Goldberg's father, Julius (Judd) Goldberg in March 1941 when he was lying injured with a broken leg in Birkenhead hospital. Julius Goldberg was serving as an Auxiliary Fireman with the Manchester Fire Brigade and he was sent to Liverpool docks to help relieve the Liverpool firebrigade. He was caught in a bomb blast here and the result was his hospitalisation with a broken leg.
Telegram sent by Carl Goldberg's father, Julius (Judd) Goldberg in March 1941 when he was lying injured with a broken leg in Birkenhead hospital. Julius Goldberg was serving as an Auxiliary Fireman with the Manchester Fire Brigade and he was sent to Liverpool docks to help relieve the Liverpool firebrigade. He was caught in a bomb blast here and the result was his hospitalisation with a broken leg.
1941
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Title:
Telegram sent by Carl Goldberg's father, Julius (Judd) Goldberg in March 1941 when he was lying injured with a broken leg in Birkenhead hospital. Julius Goldberg was serving as an Auxiliary Fireman with the Manchester Fire Brigade and he was sent to Liverpool docks to help relieve the Liverpool firebrigade. He was caught in a bomb blast here and the result was his hospitalisation with a broken leg.
Date of work:
1941
Reference number:
GB124.DPA/1476/218
Level of description:
Use restrictions:
Unrestricted
Record types:
COMPONENT
Language:
English
Record number:
7493663
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