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TITLE
Group of people having a picnic
EXTERNAL ID
PC_WGORDON_002_090
PERIOD
1950s; 1960s
SOURCE
W Gordon
ASSET ID
30416
KEYWORDS
Second World War
Prisoners of War
POWs
Group of people having a picnic

This photo shows a group of people having a picnic. In the back row, left to right, is Robin Anderson, Muriel Anderson, not known, and Bill McEwan. In the front row are Jack Gordon, his wife Betty Gordon, William Gordon, not known, and Annie Gordon, mother of Jack Gordon.

John Gordon was a signalman during the Second World. During his time in the Signals he served in Malaya and was captured by Japanese soldiers. He spent a period of three years as a prisoner of war before being repatriated in 1945. In later years he became the proprietor of the music shop 'The Record Rendezvous', located at Church Street in Inverness.

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Group of people having a picnic

1950s; 1960s

Second World War; Prisoners of War; POWs

W Gordon

Winnie Gordon (photographs)

This photo shows a group of people having a picnic. In the back row, left to right, is Robin Anderson, Muriel Anderson, not known, and Bill McEwan. In the front row are Jack Gordon, his wife Betty Gordon, William Gordon, not known, and Annie Gordon, mother of Jack Gordon.<br /> <br /> John Gordon was a signalman during the Second World. During his time in the Signals he served in Malaya and was captured by Japanese soldiers. He spent a period of three years as a prisoner of war before being repatriated in 1945. In later years he became the proprietor of the music shop 'The Record Rendezvous', located at Church Street in Inverness.