Videos About the Second World War

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Videos About the Second World War

  • Second World War Documentaries from The War Amps of Canada Thirteen (13) videos available as of February 3, 2009
    The Second World War started in September 1939. It lasted for six terrible years. For a country with such a small population, Canada's participation in the war was remarkable. Canadian servicemen fought all over the world -- in the air, on the seas, and over land. They experienced great victories, as well as crushing defeats, and many suffered the worst cruelties imaginable. The true horror of war is reflected in the 45,000 Canadians who did not return home to their families. NEVER AGAIN!




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