World War II veteran Winston Parker was shot down over Germany in 1942. The aviator then spent three years as a prisoner of war in Stalag VIIIB near Lamsdorf, Germany. Born in Calgary, Canada, in 1918, Parker had grown up on a farm. After England declared war on Germany in September 1939, he volunteered to serve this country and commonwealth. When Parker turned 100, he reviewed highlights of his life for Wartime Wednesdays, the blog of bestselling Canadian author Elinor Florence. To read this post, please click on this link: Winston Parker

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