|| Breakthrough Films
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Canada volunteers troops to reinforce the garrison in Britain's colony of Hong Kong. When the Japanese invade the colony, the Canadians and other troops fight desperately, but are finally forced to surrender on Christmas Day, 1941. Alfred Babin takes us to the site of one of the massacres of the battle, at St Stephen's hospital.
For King and Country
During six one-hour episodes, follow military historian Norm Christie to Canadian battlefields, monuments and cemeteries throughout the world. Norm guides us through the Second World War from the point of view of ordinary soldiers who tell their stories in their own words. A unique mixture of archive footage, photographs, artwork and actuality creates a sense of what it was really like to fight "For King and Country".
Running time: 47 minutes
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