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PoW tribute

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Knitted poppies, along with the names and photos of 10 district soldiers known to be among the 1,975 Canadians who served in Hong Kong during WWII, were placed in the flower gardens at the Fort Frances Museum last week, where “Hong Kong and Beyond—Treatment of Allied PoWs held by the Japanese in the Second World War” is the new exhibit on the main floor. Written and compiled by Service Officer Marjorie Stintzi of the Royal Canadian Legion Br. #54 in Rainy River, it will run through October.

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