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P10703 Courtesy of Douglas Brombal
 
P10704 Courtesy of Douglas Brombal
 
P10706 Courtesy of Douglas Brombal
 
P10708 - Nereo Brombal was dismissed from the Windsor Police Force in 1940
                    due to his Italian birth. In 1990 the police commission and
                    the City of Windsor apologized to his son, Douglas, for this
                    and presented him with a plaque commemorating the apology.
                    The plaque is now in the library at the Caboto Club.
P10703 - Nereo Brombal (on right) at War Memorial in Windsor, 1930. Courtesy of Douglas Brombal   P10704 - Nereo
Brombal early 1930s Courtesy of Douglas Brombal
  P10706 - Nereo Brombal on the beat, circa 1938 Courtesy of Douglas Brombal   P10708 - Nereo Brombal was dismissed from the Windsor Police Force in 1940 due to his Italian birth
 

P11109 Courtesy of Douglas Brombal
 
P11110 Courtesy of Douglas Brombal
 
Letter from Italian man from Windsor in internment camp to his wife
 
Letter from Italian man from Windsor in internment camp to his wife
P11109 - Douglas Brombal- Articles regarding Nereo Brombal   P10704 - Nereo
Brombal early 1930s Courtesy of Douglas Brombal
  Letter from Italian man from Windsor in internment camp to his wife   Letter from Italian man from Windsor in internment camp to his wife
 
 

Letter from son to his father in internment camp, World War II. Note the censor stamp
 
Letter from son to his father in internment
              camp, World War II. Note the censor stamp
 
Letter of the daughter to father
                in camp
 
Back of postcard sent in 1942 by Emilia Meconi to Luigi Meconi while he was interned during the Second World War
Letter from son to his father in internment camp, World War II. Note the censor stamp   Letter from son to his father in internment camp, World War II. Note the censor stamp   Letter of the daughter to father in camp   P10364A - Back of postcard sent in 1942 - Courtesy of Andrea Grimes
 

Front of postcard sent in 1942 by Emilia Meconi to Luigi Meconi while he was interned during the Second World War
 
P11110 Courtesy of Douglas Brombal
       
P10364B - Front of postcard sent in 1942 - Courtesy of Andrea Grimes   P11112        
 
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