Atlantic Crossroads

Atlantic Crossroads

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This short documentary focuses on Newfoundland's role in WWII. Due to its geographical position, Newfoundland became a central point of activity during the war, housing military air bases and becoming the link between the Allied forces and Europe. In stark contrast with the Depression in the 1930s, this film highlights Newfoundland's opportunities for economic growth during, and after, the war. Part of the Canada Carries On series.

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Credits
  • director
    Tom Daly
  • editing
    Tom Daly
  • producer
    Grant McLean
    Tom Daly
  • photography
    John Norwood

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  • terrypat

    Did not know of shared relationship and running of Newfoundland by English civil servants.What were the Handouts and payback arrangements?

    terrypat, 25 Mar 2016