As part of the transition to being released into civilian life, the PoW were encouraged to take classes and to develop skills on machinery to help rebuild war-torn Europe.
21 X 3.5 X 2 cm
From the Henderson Home Front Collection
I just got a nice package in the mail from Mr. Henderson, containing a cutting of an article the Regina Leader-Post did about his collection.
I found it online as well, so for as long as it’s there, you can read it:
“Collection captures Canada’s PoW camps“, by Barb Pacholik.
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