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Toronto – June 25, 1944 – Part 3

(Dodging Shells gave you Tommy’s letters to his sister, from the front. Kathy’s letters in response tell of life in wartime Toronto.) …..Last Saturday afternoon, I strolled over to the Jewish market at Kensington Avenue with Jennie (next door…remember?) I … Continue reading

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Toronto – October 25, 1943 – Part 2

(Dodging Shells gave you Tommy’s letters to his sister, from the front. Here’s more about wartime Toronto from Kathy, in response.) …..In one of your last letters, you asked what the Italians in Canada have been up to. There was … Continue reading

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