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Northern exposure; tales of the north country.

Author: Richard C Warder
Publisher: New York, Pageant Press [1957]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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The Prisoner of War Camps chapter features Neys and Angler camps situated on the north shore of Lake Superior near Neys Provincial Park. The Angler P.O.W. camp was for merchant seamen, privates and non-commissioned officers of the German Air Force and Army; the POW camp at Neys was for commissioned German officers. The camp was enclosed by barbed wire fence and guard towers. It was later dismantled in the 1950's  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Warder, Richard C., 1901-
Northern exposure.
New York, Pageant Press [1957]
(OCoLC)608750970
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard C Warder
OCLC Number: 3458440
Notes: Autobiographical.
Description: 179 pages 21 cm
Contents: Setting forth --
Getting acquainted --
White River --
Nipigon interlude --
Sault Ste. Marie --
Priestly beginnings --
My nautical career --
Matters matrimonial --
The strange case of the angelic child --
Little Jack, or saved from a life of crime --
The harvest festival --
On to Huntsville --
Highlights of the Bala mission --
On to Schreiber --
Schreiber winters --
Missionary developments --
The prisoner of war camps --
The summing up --
In retrospect

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The Prisoner of War Camps chapter features Neys and Angler camps situated on the north shore of Lake Superior near Neys Provincial Park. The Angler P.O.W. camp was for merchant seamen, privates and non-commissioned officers of the German Air Force and Army; the POW camp at Neys was for commissioned German officers. The camp was enclosed by barbed wire fence and guard towers. It was later dismantled in the 1950's after being used for various other things since the end of the war.

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