Force 136: Chinese-Canadian veteran reflects on service in special forces unit
Air Date: Nov 09, 2017 9:00 PM PT
During the Second World War, a number of Chinese-Canadians in B.C. were assigned some of the deadliest missions in Japanese-held territories. They were part of a little-known unit called Force 136.
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