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Canadian Army - World War II Archival Films

Type: DocumentAnimationFilm and Video

Listing of films from the National Film Board. Archival footage includes training films and news magazines from the Second World War.

Site: National Film Board of Canada

Military Ships - Transportation

Type: DocumentFilm and Video

Listing of films from the National Film Board. The Canadian Navy, a powerful force during times of maritime conflict, has a variety of specialized vessels and equipment. Training films are available on this site as are informational clips regarding this equipment. The role our fleet has played on the international stage is also examined.

Site: National Film Board of Canada

Military Technology - Technology

Type: DocumentAnimationFilm and Video

Listing of films from the National Film board. Military developments in the fields of weaponry, communication, and transportation are looked at in this collection of films. How these developments have affected training, civilian life and warfare is explored.

Site: National Film Board of Canada

Military Communications - Media and Communication

Type: DocumentAnimationFilm and Video

Listing of films from the National Film Board. Many aspects of radio broadcasting and the military are explored in this series of films. The subject matter covers everything from the principles of radio wave transmission to accounts of broadcasters and journalists who relay the war news back to Canada.

Site: National Film Board of Canada

Engineering - National Security and Defence

Type: DocumentFilm and Video

Listing of films looking at various aspects of enginneering as it applies to Canada and her armed forces. The subjects of the films include recruiting of engineers for the Armed Forces, how military engineers construct bridges and airfields, and the affect these constructs have on Canada and its more isolated provinces.

Site: National Film Board of Canada