Remembrance service and plaque unveiling held for Canadian Jewish airmen from Bomber Command
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A remembrance service and plaque unveiling was held for three Canadian Jewish airmen from Bomber Command who died in active service in the Second World War and are buried in Norwich Jewish Cemetery. The service at Norwich Hebrew Congregation was led by Reverend Malcolm Weisman. Among the 100 people who attended the service was Major Barry Deveraux, who represented the High Commissioner of Canada.