Proudly She Marches

Proudly She Marches

| 18 min

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This film from the Second World War is a report on how Canadian women were trained to handle many kinds of work in the Canadian Women's Army Corps, the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service. Basic training, everyday life in the forces and the contribution of women to Canada's fighting strength are illustrated.

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Proudly She Marches , Jane Marsh, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Jane Marsh
  • producer
    Raymond Spottiswoode
  • music
    Louis Applebaum
  • cast
    Gudrun Bjerring
    Joan Hunter
    Jane Irwin
    Shirley Jackson

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