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Bells and whistles - Part 2 (May 2012 Encore)

The "Bell of Batoche", still missing since the Metis rebellion of 1885. "Bells in Europe"; during WW2 80,000 bells were taken from churches by Hitler's army and melted down into guns. PLUS; a fatal high speed chase in a model T Ford leads to the gift of a 12 bell carillon to a church in Regina.

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