Canada: P.W.s into Canadians

For work well done on Canadian farms and in Canadian forests, some German prisoners of war will be allowed to stay in Canada. So the Government decided last week. When the last boatload of some 2,000 P.W.s leaves Halifax for Britain this week, an estimated 200 will be left behind to be freed and eventually placed in jobs. The P.W.s who stay must speak English, be anti-Nazi, unmarried and under 35. And they must have been recommended and requested by the Canadian employer for whom they worked.


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