Test of Will: Canada in Korea 1950-1953 DVD

This item is included in the following series/curriculum: "Test of Will: Canada in Korea 1950-1953" Collection  

  • Grade Level: Junior High (7-9)-Adult
  • Subjects: History
  • Produced By: Norflicks Productions Ltd.
  • Year: 2002
  • Country: Canada
  • Language: English
  • Running Time: 2h
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A DVD focusing on Canada's role in the Korean War. Archival photographs, film footage, and radio reports are combined with letters, speeches, articles, and reports from the time read by off-camera actors who assume the identity of the author of the written material. It is the little known story of the Canadian involvement in Korea, the first war in which Canadian troops served directly under foreign (American) command as part of a United Nations force. It is a neglected war, largely because the number of soldiers involved and casualties suffered paled when compared with the much larger national engagement in the two World Wars. Test of Will: Canada in Korea is not only the history of the Canadians; it is also the history of world events, illustrating the struggle between democracy and communism taking place at the time. It is also very much a story of the Korean people themselves; of incredible suffering and loss, but also of incredible courage and strength.

The DVD also includes A War for Peace, which explores the experiences of a group of Canadian youth who travel to Korea, developing a deeper respect for what Canadian Veterans went through to help protect South Korea.

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