Dozens of letters by interned Japanese-Canadian teens donated to UBC

UBC has acquired nearly 150 letters written by young Japanese-Canadians interned in camps during the Second World War. The letters, amounting to more than 300 pages, were written to Joan Gillis by friends she met at Queen Elizabeth Secondary in Surrey …
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