Mr. Pollak was born May 20, 1919, in Vrezno, Czechoslovakia, a small town in the German part of Bohemia. In September of 1938, his family was expelled from Vrezno and had to go inland to Prague. They arrived in Canada as refugees in August of 1939 and lived in Prescott, Ontario. Mr. Pollak eventually joined the Canadian Army, enlisting as a typist. At the end of the war, Mr. Pollak monitored radio transmissions for German traffic and was also employed as an interrogator of war criminals in Belsen.
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1: Decoding German Signals
2: Differentiation of Signals (Part 1 of 2)
3: Differentiation of Signals (Part 2 of 2)
4: 21 Panzer Division
5: Crossing the Rhine
6: Werewolf Operation