Canada at War, Part 12: V Was for Victory

Canada at War, Part 12: V Was for Victory

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April-August 1945. Hitler had said: 'Whoever lights the torch of war in Europe can wish for nothing but chaos.' By 1945, Germany is beaten. V-Day celebrations verge on the hysterical, but occupying armies uncover the staggering atrocities of Belsen, Auschwitz, and Buchenwald. Franklin D. Roosevelt dies. The world's first atomic bomb is dropped on Japan.

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Credits
  • producer
    Stanley Clish
    Donald Brittain
  • executive producer
    Peter Jones
  • script
    Donald Brittain
  • sound
    Don Wellington
  • editing
    Tony Lower
  • sound editing
    Kenneth Heeley-Ray
    Michael McKennirey
  • re-recording
    George Croll
    Ted Haley
  • narrator
    Budd Knapp
  • music
    Robert Fleming
    Eldon Rathburn
    Maurice Blackburn
    Ken Campbell