The cover page of the Camp L Chronicle, a newspaper printed with red ink.

The Camp L Chronicle, published by the Refugee Committee of Camp L (Quebec City, Quebec), October 2, 1940. The front-page article provides insight into the internees’ frustrations and fears regarding their internment, the uncertainties of their future freedom, and their classification as prisoners of war by the Canadian government.

Courtesy Gideon Rosenbluth and Vera Rosenbluth

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