Born in 1900, Kenneth Shirley Smith is best known for his work in cardiology. Throughout his long career, he worked at various London hospitals, including as a registrar for the Middlesex Hospital and as a consultant physician for the Charing Cross Hospital. He also worked as the editor of the British Heart Journal. During the Second World War, Shirley Smith served in the First Army in North Africa and later with the Central Mediterranean Force in Italy, Greece and Austria, retiring with the rank of Colonel. He was also an accomplished amateur artist, painting in an attractive, naive style.
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