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Tuesday, 29 August 2017 18:22

Through The Eyes Of The Elderly - Doreen Ahow Remembers Independence 1962

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On Thursday, Trinidad and Tobago will mark 55 years since it severed ties from its colonial master, England, to become an independent nation.

One woman takes us back to that historic day, and tells us what she remembers.

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