Camp 100 (Neys, Ontario) Canada POW Camp
Camp 100 Neys, Ontario was located on the north shore of Lake Superior. The camp operated from January 1941 until March 1946.
The camp housed German POWs and Japanese Canadian Internees. The German POWs were divided into two groups the grays (ordinary soldiers) and the blacks (diehard Nazis) The POWs were used primarily in the logging industry. There were two types of chits issued. Type one is very rare with only a 10 cent known. Type two was issued in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 cents and 1 and 5 dollar.