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Quorn man home from prison camp

Loughborough Echo 2nd November 1945

Victoria Street, Quorn’s smallest cul-de-sac, has for some days past been gay with flags, for Gunner Ernest Harris has come home to his mother after being a prisoner of war in Japan since the fall of Singapore.

He found his incarceration not too trying, though Red Cross parcels only came a few times, when they were shared by all. He looks thoroughly well now that he has come home.

Before the war he worked in the Leicester County Education Office.

   
 Submitted on: 2011-07-14
 Submitted by: Christine Sibcy
 Artefact ID: 1314
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