World War, 1939-1945



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A Debt of Honour: An Indigenous Circle Special

  • MI-13454
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  • 2000

A two-part series produced by CTV Television Inc. chronicling the experiences of Canada First Nations World War II veterans both during the war and after their return to Canada. Produced, written and directed by Nelson Bird and Norman Shuttleworth and narrated by Nelson Bird. Executive producer was Gerald MacLeod; photography by Gord Barnett; graphics by Nicole Bogdan; editor was Brian Wehrley. The episodes aired on September 24 and October 1, 2000. The series includes archival footage and photographs; footage shot in the Netherlands; and interviews with various individuals as follows: Philip Favel; Raymond Laplante; Henry Beaudry; Gerald Bird; Howard Anderson; Sidney Gordon; Charlie Umperville; Tonny Hanekamp; Fredrik Noordhuis; Perry Bellegarde; James Dempsey; Bruce Guptall; Line Pare.

A Prairie Boy Remembers...

Autobiography of Ralph Edon Moyer, who was born and raised in southern Saskatchewan. His father, Simon Menno Moyer, owned and operated a travelling circus. After serving overseas during World War II, Moyer pursued a career in the Canadian military and with Transport Canada.

A Remembrance of the Crew of Halifax DK 185

Publication compiled by Doug Mullen of Regina, Saskatchewan relating to the crew of Handley Page Halifax DK185, 1664 (Caribou) Heavy Conversion Unit, Royal Air Force, who lost their lives when their aircraft crashed on January 31, 1944. Sgt. Albert Lorne Mullen, brother of Doug Mullen, was a RCAF air gunner and member of the crew. Includes biographical information on crew members and information and photographs relating to Ilkley Moor memorial dedication in 2006.

A Time for Courage sub-series

Documentary profiling the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) and its role during World War II. Featured is Violet Milstead Warren, First Officer, who served between 1943 and 1945 and was one of 43 Canadian pilots in the ATA. Interviewees include: Vi Milstead Warren; Eric Viles, MBE, chairman of the ATA Association; Diana Barnato Walker, MBE, Commodore, ATA Association; Ernest K. Birmann, First Officer, ATA; Margaret Littlewood, pilot; Shirley Render, pilot, author and aviation historian; Linda Dale, curator; and Betty Ridgeway, friend of Vi Milstead Warren. Produced in association with History Television, SCN, the Knowledge Network, and CKY 5-TV and marketed by Cooper Rock Pictures Inc. as part of its Canadian Women of Courage series. Records include: a master with commercial blacks; unedited interviews; B rolls; transcripts of interviews; and research material.

Cooper Rock Pictures Inc., 1998-

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