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Haliburton (PNS)—At present quite a number of Haliburton youths are in Holland and letters from them are coming through frequently. Among the boys there are Jack Dart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reg Dart, Max McCracken, son of Mr. and Mrs. McCracken, Austin Henderson, whose mother, wife and young son live here and many others.
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- Trooper Jack Dart, B-63248, enlisted in the Tank Corps in August 1942 at Toronto. He was stationed in Toronto for about a month and then was transferred to Newmarket for his basic training. He also trained at Orillia, Camp Borden and Owen Sound. He went overseas in May, 1943 and trained in Scotland and England. He took part in the invasion of France, being wounded in Normandy on 9 July 1944. He was in the hospital in France for six weeks recovering from his wounds. He was fighting in Belgium before going to the front lines in Holland.
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- Jack Dart ; Reynold Dart ; Max McCracken ; Austin Henderson
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