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Black Service Personnel in World War 2

This exhibition was held in the Black History Collection in October 2005 as part of Black History Month

WEST INDIAN SERVICE PERSONNEL IN WORLD WAR TWO
A display arranged by the West Indian Exervicemen/Women Association
illustrating the contribution made by the West Indians to the Allied
victory in World War Two, staffed by members from the Association.


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The Lord Mayor,Cllr John Hood, visited the exhibition and talked with members of the Association.


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Front row from left to right: Mr Eddie Capone, Chairman of the West Indian Ex-Sevicemens' Association, the Lord Mayor Cllr John Hood, Mr Neil Flanagan, President of the Association and Major Lindsay with British Army colleagues.
Back row: Mr Desmond Garnes, Secretary of the West Indian Ex-Sevicemens' Association and serving Army personnel.


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Sharing wartime experiences with the ex-servicemen




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