Indian Medical Service
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Richard Berryman was a medical officer in the Indian Medical Service. He worked in various hospitals and was medical officer attached to 20th Horse, Indian. He wrote 128 letters to his brother, Ted:
- original letters: Imperial War Museum Documents.17257
- the letters are being blogged on their 100th anniversary at the Family Letters blog.
- The Berryman family's letters have previously been printed as: Nesham, Félicité, ed. (1987). Socks, cigarettes and shipwrecks: a family's war letters 1914-1918. Gloucester: Sutton. ISBN 978-0-86299-227-9.
Unit war diaries
None. Administrative organisations did not keep war diaries because they had no operational role.
See descendant unit pages for their war diaries.