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With the Canadians in Korea

With the Canadians in Korea

| 16 min

This short documentary offers a record of the living conditions and military operations of the 25th Canadian Infantry Brigade during the Korean War. The film briefly reviews the unfolding of the war and presents a soldier’s account of front-line conditions.

  • director
    Julian Biggs
  • script
    Julian Biggs
  • producer
    Michael Spencer
  • photography
    John Foster
  • sound recording
    Clarke Daprato
  • editing
    Nicholas Balla
    Douglas Tunstell
  • music
    Robert Fleming


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Ages 15 to 17

History - World History
Social Studies - Canada in the World Today

A history of the causes and first phases of the Korean War, students will examine the Korean War in the context of the Cold War, and as the first true test of the newly established United Nations Organization. Also provides background information for a geopolitical study of the current situation (Korea divided into North and South, technically still in a state of war), and the role that Russia, China, Japan, and the US have on the Korean Peninsula.

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