Canadian Military History Gateway
Resource Type > Sound
Subject > Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders > Roles and Professions
Japanese-Canadian names are added to a Second World War memorial, thus helping to lesson the painful memories of internment, relocation, and prejudice against this minority during the war.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Report on Captain Angela Mondeux, an officer of the Royal 22nd Regiment deployed to the former Yugoslavia. The news clip relates some other countries' reactions to a female in uniform.
Major Georges P. Vanier explains how he led the Van Doos in an assault from Arras through German trenches and fortifications.
Eric Nicol satirizes government nuclear civil defence plans in this 1958 radio skit.
Radio clip from 1943 describes how Canadian women serving as Wrens, CWACs, WDs and Nursing Sisters make the most of rough conditions away from home.
An interview with Paul Triquet shortly after he receives the Victoria Cross for his courageous actions at Casa Berardi, Italy, in World War Two.
Matthew Halton reports his encounter with a young Italian soldier during the war.
Soldiers with the First Canadian Army in Belgium tell radio listeners at home what makes good Christmas gifts to send the troops overseas.
Humourist Max Ferguson satirizes nuclear civil defence and suggests funny ideas for coping with the nuclear threat.
Major Paul Triquet, recipient of the Victoria Cross, is honoured during a Victory Loan Luncheon in 1944.