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After most of the South African troops had been repatriated from East Africa in 1917 because of poor health, Captain Bloomfield volunteered to serve in France where he was promoted to Major. He died on 12 May 1954 and is buried at Ermelo, South Africa. In The War in Africa and Palestine room in the Delville Wood Museum, Longueval, France there is a photograph of Captain W.A. Bloomfield VC with an abbreviated citation.

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>After most of the South African troops had been repatriated from East Africa in 1917 because of poor health, Captain Bloomfield volunteered to serve in France where he was promoted to Major. ⇒南アフリカ軍のほとんどが貧弱な健康状態のため1917年に東アフリカから本国へ送還されたが、その後にブルームフィールド大尉はフランスで服務したいと自発的に申し出て、そこで少佐に昇進した。 >He died on 12 May 1954 and is buried at Ermelo, South Africa. In The War in Africa and Palestine room in the Delville Wood Museum, Longueval, France there is a photograph of Captain W.A. Bloomfield VC with an abbreviated citation. ⇒彼は1954年5月12日に死去し、南アフリカのエルメロに葬られている。フランスはロングヴァルの、デルヴィル・ウッド美術館内の「アフリカ・パレスチナ戦争」の館には、短い説明のついたW.A.ブルームフィールドVC(ビクトリア十字勲章 受賞者)の写真がある。

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