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Powerful lesson at POW show

This year marks 100 years since the River Leven Prisoner of War (PoW) Camp and the Caolasnacon Conscientious Objector Camp opened near Kinlochleven, writes Katie Carabine.

A group of five people came together to form a commemoration group to hold an event to mark this centenary on Saturday (August 13).

The centenary event began with a performance of a moving First World War-themed play, Home Fires, Broken Sons by Argyll Theatre Company, Three Wee Crows.

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