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April 27: Private Bill: In Love and War
Barrie Cassidy’s dad Bill survived more than four years as a prisoner of war in World War II. He first saw conflict on Crete in 1941. Just four days later Bill was wounded and eventually captured. Twice he tried to escape his internment with horrific consequences. His new wife Myra and his large family thought he was dead until news of his capture finally reached them. Then, fifty years after the war, unhealed wounds unexpectedly opened for Bill and Myra. To commemorate Anzac Day we hear one soldier’s story from his son.
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