For King and country: history honour for Nottingham's West Indian veterans
Oswald George Powell, 89, is one of the people sharing his story of moving from Jamaica to Britain for a project on Nottingham's World War Two West Indian veterans. It's being run by Nottingham Black Archive, with National Lottery Funding. Powell tells BBC Radio Nottingham's Reya El-Salahi why, as a Caribbean teenager, he decided to risk his life to fight for King and Country...
Available since: Fri 11 Jan 2013
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