The Repair Shop leaves guest 'amazed' by doll restoration from prisoner of war father

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The Repair Shop leaves guest 'amazed' by doll restoration from prisoner of war father

She played with the doll all the time, but when a neighbourhood boy strapped it to his bike, Mary-Lynn started to get weathered.As reported by the

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She played with the doll all the time, but when a neighbourhood boy strapped it to his bike, Mary-Lynn started to get weathered.

As reported by the Mirror, Jane’s father John Vincent Bowen was a second lieutenant with the Northumberland fusiliers.

John was there the day she was born in October 1941, but the very next day set sail to Singapore and was captured by the Japanese shortly after.

Giving more detail, Jan added: “Prisoners were treated like slaves as they built the Burma railway.



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