Canada Remembers - Part Three - Endings and Beginnings - Educational Version

Paratroopers dropping down to fight beyond the Rhine ushered in the final phase of the war in Europe, a war that was in its sixth year. In Endings and Beginnings, veterans recount their memories of that conflict, in combination with outstanding footage filmed by army cameramen at the front. VE-Day--victory in Europe--on May 8, 1945, saw exuberant celebrations in Canadian cities, but there was still the war in the Far East to be won.

The film documents Canada's contributions toward that goal, which was finally achieved four months later. In the aftermath of the war, a confident Canadian industry converted to peacetime purposes. But, on the personal level, peace could be intimidating. A former sailor recalls, "The big objective was to get the uniform off and get a job. I had to learn a whole new set of rules and a whole new way of living--very quickly." Interspersed with archival footage are the vivid memories of men and women who recall life during the war years. Part three of the series.

Commentaires

Discussion Veuillez vous connecter pour ajouter votre commentaire
Vous n'êtes pas membre? Cliquez ici

Générique du film

réalisateur
Terence Macartney-Filgate
producteur
Kent Martin
scénario
William Whitehead
photographie
Jim Aquila
Rolf Cutts
son
Hans Oomes
montage
Markham Cook
montage sonore
André Galbrand
Wojtek Klis
Paul Demers
ré-enregistrement
Louis Hone
Nathalie Morin
narrateur
R.H. Thomson
musique
Neil Smolar
recherche
Elizabeth Klinck
participation
Farley Mowat
Ken Bell
Ronald F. "Andy" Anderson
Donald Pearce
Evelyn Pepper
Flora Shaddock
Jean-Charles Forbes

Trouvez des films semblables