Canada at War, Part 13: The Clouded Dawn

Canada at War, Part 13: The Clouded Dawn

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August 1945 - 1946. Japan surrenders. World War II is over, but the scars are deep. Canadian prisoners are released from Japanese war camps. In Canada, as elsewhere, the monumental task of rehabilitation begins. In Ottawa the Gouzenko case shocks the nation. The trials at Nürenberg begin. The United Nations is formed. Canada, now a much stronger, independent nation, enters the Cold War.

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Credits
  • producer
    Stanley Clish
  • executive producer
    Peter Jones
  • producer
    Donald Brittain
  • writer
    Donald Brittain
  • editing
    John Kemeny
  • sound editing
    Kenneth Heeley-Ray
    Sidney Pearson
  • re-recording
    George Croll
    Ted Haley
  • narrator
    Budd Knapp
  • music
    Robert Fleming
    Eldon Rathburn
    Maurice Blackburn

  • npeters

    no link to play video!!!

    npeters, 13 Dec 2013
  • jmatlin

    @doninvictoria - We have a vast collection of films available on this site for free streaming - many of them in the history/war category. However, we don't have the rights to stream all our films online for free. Some of these films can be seen by those subscribed to our educational offer, and this is one of those titles. The subscription fee to our educational offer covers the rights required to stream the films in the classroom.

    jmatlin, 11 Jan 2012
  • doninvictoria

    And another thing -- your interface is a disgrace.

    doninvictoria, 11 Jan 2012
  • doninvictoria

    It is a disgrace that you want me to pay $25 to see a film that I was shown in elementary school and that has been paid for many times over by Canadians in the last 50 years. Have you no shame?

    doninvictoria, 11 Jan 2012