Early in 1941 he joined the South African Medical
attaining the rank of Major. Later he served as
radiologist to several South African hospitals in the Middle East and
transferred to the R.A.M.C.
After the war he returned to Britain and was appointed consultant
radiologist to the mid-Glamorgan area in 1949.
He had retired from his position as consultant at radiologist to the
mid-Glamorgan area when he reached the age limit in 1959, but
continued his active interest in the work nearly to the end.
"Dr. Roberts was a pleasant colleague to work with and was only
partially frustrated by lack of funds
His widow and elder daughter live in Western Australia, and his son in
Melbourne. His other daughter lives in Uganda."
British Medical Journal 17th February