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Take the Scenic Route to a WWII Prisoner of War Camp

Camp 30 was a prisoner of war camp for high-ranking German military in World War II. This camp was not located behind Allied lines in Europe, but rather thousands of miles away nestled among bucolic fields and flowers in Bowmanville, Ontario.

Join Harris and Walker as they take the scenic route and walk the grounds of this historic site that set the scene for riots and escapes worth of any James Bond film.

The detour? Camp X. A secret school of espionage on Canadian soil, visited by none other than Ian Fleming himself. Who’s he? The author and creator of James Bond.

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