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Be the first to add this to a list. Comments and reviews What are comments? Brisbane City Council Library Service. Central Coast Library Service. He joined the Victorian Military Forces as a bugler in , serving with them and the Australian Military Forces until After graduating from Melbourne Grammar in , Burston entered University of Melbourne in , where he lived at Trinity College and studied medicine.
He took up general practice in Mile End, South Australia. He served on Gallipoli from September until November, when he was evacuated to Alexandria and later England with Typhoid fever. He moved to France with this unit on 24 November For his conduct supervising an advanced dressing station the Battle of Messines , Burston was mentioned in despatches and awarded the Distinguished Service Order. During the whole of that period he has set a fine example to the officers and other ranks with him. For the whole time the Advanced Dressing Station was under shell fire, both with gas shells and H.
Through all this trying time he was compelled to wear a small box respirator on account of the density of the gas. Later that month, Burston was appointed senior medical officer at the Australian General Base Depot at Le Havre with the temporary rank of lieutenant colonel. He was made commander of the 1st Convalescent Depot on 18 April and of the 3rd General Hospital on 22 November On returning to Adelaide in , he was reappointed to the staff of the Adelaide Children's Hospital.
He also resumed as an honorary assistant physician at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, a post he had been appointed to in On returning to Australia, he became an honorary physician at Royal Adelaide Hospital. He also began lecturing at the University of Adelaide. He was a committee member of the Adelaide amateur Turf Club, and made an annual trip back to Melbourne for the Melbourne Cup. Both sons and son in law would serve in the Army during the Second World War.
Burston departed for the Middle East by Qantas flying boat along with Blamey and Brigadier Sydney Rowell on 12 June , the party wearing civilian clothes as they were travelling through neutral countries. Burston believed in personal reconnaissance and leading from the front.
He was at the forefront of providing the medical arrangements for Operation Compass. He attempted, in the face of equipment shortages, to anticipate medical problems and so far as possible to prevent or avoid them.
A Medical Emergency. Major-General 'Ginger' Burston and the Army Medical Service in World War II
He dispatched Major Ian Murray Mackerras to investigate fly breeding in order to prevent an outbreak of diarrhoea. Burston gave Mackerras a free hand to tackle hygiene problems. His participation in the Battle of Greece was of brief duration; he embarked on 10 April and was back less than two weeks later.
In July , Burston reported that Australians on leave in Cairo from the Siege of Tobruk were underweight, and expressed doubts that the 9th Division might have the physical stamina to resist an attack. This led to showdowns first between Blamey and General Sir Claude Auchinleck , and then between the British and Australian governments. He has been responsible for the organisation, training and administration of the medical services of the AIF in their entirety.
The efficient medical arrangements at present existing in the AIF in the Middle East are due to his enthusiasm, tireless energy, far-sightedness, and administrative ability. Burston departed the Middle East for Batavia on 22 January He narrowly avoided capture when it fell, departing on the Orcades on 21 February In this position, he found himself in charge of officers like Downes who were senior to him militarily, and others like Fairley and Mackerras who "were, in truth, superior to him in intellectual distinction and professional status.
Burston failed to placate Rowell, and Rowell was relieved.
The Papuan campaign threw up a host of serious medical problems. The poor diet, mainly caused by the difficulty of supply by air or over jungle tracks, caused malnutrition and vitamin deficiencies.
A Medical Emergency: Major-General 'Ginger' Burston and the Army MEdical Service in World War II
Of the 2, soldiers who came down with it, 9 percent died. In April , Burston visited South East Asia Command , and then travelled to the United Kingdom,  where he ratified a series of agreements on the exchange of information regarding the development of new drugs, and for the funding of research scholarships by the Rockefeller Foundation and Carnegie Corporation of New York.
The recommendation was turned down by the Labor government as it was not Labor Party policy to award knighthoods at this time. This time he was successful,  and Burston was appointed Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire military division in Burston remained DGMS after the war. In the immediate post-war period, he was responsible for the demobilisation of the Army Medical Services,  and for providing medical support to the British Commonwealth Occupation Force in Japan.
Rather than resume his medical practice in Adelaide, Burston chose to remain in Melbourne. In retirement, Burston enjoyed playing golf and tennis , and was involved in thoroughbred racing , both as a punter and as a racehorse owner. Charlie Taylor in This made the Cox Plate the richest weight for age race in Australia. In announcing the decision, Burston described the prize money as "fitting to the class of horses competing", noting that it had drawn fields with winners such as Phar Lap in and ; Chatham in and ; Ajax in ; Flight in and ; and Hydrogen , the winner that would go on to win it again in This facility was first used for the Cox Plate meeting in Burston died at his home in South Yarra from a ruptured aortic aneurysm on 21 August From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.