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SOLDIERS IN THE BATTLE OF HONG KONG (1941-1945)

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Re: SOLDIERS IN THE BATTLE OF HONG KONG (1941-1945)

Post by gnstill » Fri Mar 18, 2016 9:29 am

Thanks very much Jen for Donald’s photo. It has been added.

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Re: SOLDIERS IN THE BATTLE OF HONG KONG (1941-1945)

Post by gnstill » Sat Mar 19, 2016 6:15 pm

Thanks very much Beth for T H SINCLAIR's photo. I have added it.

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Re: SOLDIERS IN THE BATTLE OF HONG KONG (1941-1945)

Post by bthor » Sat Mar 19, 2016 11:34 pm

Donald M Cameron
Donald Cameron went to war leaving his wife Laura and their three children. After three years Laura believed her husband was died and began a new relationship with someone else. She needed to take care of her family’s future! Well into this new relationship, it is announced Donald is alive! Facts are, Donald was able to erase most of his memories of the war despite his mangled leg. Laura became the biggest victim. They did have three more children. Laura had a “nerves brake down” in the later 50’s and always needed to be medicated. She didn’t want to remember or fell something…

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Re: SOLDIERS IN THE BATTLE OF HONG KONG (1941-1945)

Post by missdragonette » Wed Nov 01, 2017 4:18 pm

George Ernest Smith b. 24 Sep 1909 d. 18 Jan 1966. Son of Samuel Thomas Smith and Helen Clara Cook.
1940 - Enlisted in Winnipeg on April 1940
1941-1945 - He was a prisoner of war in Japan during World War II. Private H/6910 (XD4) Fourth transportation to Japanese POW Camps
1945 - Discharged May 1945.
1946 - came back to Canada. Was one of the last 2 Canadians to leave Guam

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