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Early in his life, my late father, Norman Nerenberg, was a professional organizer for the National Federation of Labour Youth, the United Jewish People's Order and, ultimately, the Labour Progressive Party of Canada (LPP).
In September 1941, he volunteered for the Royal Canadian Air Force.
He was only 18, the minimum age.
The depression and the war radicalized many, and Norman was among them.