Synopsis by Rose of Sharon Winter
The European countries that found themselves beleaguered by the fighting and casualties of World War II were greatly aided by their friends across the sea. Participation of the United States and Canada in the European and Pacific theaters of the war were of tremendous importance. This program examines the contributions made by Canadian forces to the cause of stopping Hitler and the Third Reich. Pilots, infantrymen, and sailors from the British colony recall their assignments on the other side of the globe. Archival film clips, photographs, and commentary by historians accompany their stories.