Philip Ambrose McRae

On June 2, 1916 Philip Ambrose McRae was reported missing in action.

On August 1st, Philip Ambrose McRae's father was notified that his son was badly wounded and in a German Prison Camp, which is where he spent the rest of the war. McRae suffered an injury on his left leg from mid thigh down to his ankle. He was a prisoner of war at this time and spent three months in a German hospital; however, he received very little attention. McRae was discharged March 3rd 1919 in Toronto. He died December 17, 1965 in Orillia, Ontario.

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