When a man met his family after the age of 75, tears welled up in his eyes. He was separated from his parents when he was 8 years old. The man assumed he was either an orphan or his parents had left him. However, he has now met his estranged family. The person himself told his story to the whole world.
According to reports, the man’s name is Dorian Reece. Dorian was deported from the UK to Australia when he was 8 under a scheme called the ‘Child Migrant Programme’. Dorian was one of thousands of British children who were sent to former British colonies thousands of miles away from 1946 to 1970.
When Dorian grew up in Australia, he became convinced he was an orphan. His childhood had faced a very pitiful situation. People caring for Dorian beat and abused him. However, going through it all, Dorian got up and continued the battle to find his own.
Meanwhile, Dorian Rees met one of his nieces, Anne, who lives in the UK. Thanks to this, he later met his mother.
In fact, Dorian had no idea his family lived in Britain. But some time ago he went to London with his wife Kay, where he reunited with his mother with the help of Anne, who had a stall in Whitechapel market.
At the booth, when Kay asked Dorian’s mother if she knew anything about her son, she was shocked. When Dorian arrived in front of them, they both hugged each other and started crying profusely. After years, mother and son met. However, shortly after this encounter, Dorian’s mother lost her life. But it wasn’t until the mother that Dorian learned that his late father’s name was George Thomas. He was born in 1892 and died in 1981. George also fought in the First World War. He was separated from his wife before Dorian was born.
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