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Liberated Prisoner of War Coming Aboard HMCS Prince Robert
Liberated Prisoner of War Coming Aboard HMCS Prince Robert

Prince Robert, seen here in Manila, the Philippines, helped repatriate Canadians who had been held prisoner by the Japanese since December 1941.

In this photograph, members of HMCS Prince Robert's crew help lift a former prisoner of war on a stretcher (centre) out of the American landing craft (right) that has brought him to the ship. After experiencing poor living conditions, malnutrition, disease, and abuse, many were in poor health, and required extensive medical attention. Captivity had enduring medical consequences for many survivors, even after their liberation.

George Metcalf Archival Collection
CWM 19870211-171

HMCS Prince Robert Refitted as an Armed Merchant Cruiser
German Prisioners Leaving HMCS Prince Robert
Soviet Merchant Ship
HMCS Algonquin
HMCS Ontario in Malta
HMCS Prince Robert in Hong Kong
Liberated Prisoner of War Coming Aboard HMCS Prince Robert
Depth Charge Attack on U-Boat
Rescuing German Survivors
German Prisoners, HMCS Swansea
Spent 4-inch Cartridge Casings, HMCS Swansea
Laying a Smokescreen, HMCS Swansea
Stokers, HMCS Huron
Damage to HMCS Qu'appelle's Stern
260th Landing Craft Flotilla, Southampton, England
Officers of the 260th and 262nd Flotillas
The Crew of LCI(L) 135
LCI(L) 249, Bernières-sur-Mer, 6 June 1944
LCI(L) 249 at Bernières-sur-Mer, 6 June 1944
LCI(L) 135 on Juno Beach
LCI(L) 249 in Drydock, Portsmouth, England
Rescue at Sea
Ship's Company, HMCS Stormont
Commander Kenneth F. Adams and HMCS Iroquois
    Date created: October 29, 2010