TVO Presents North American Premieres, Encore Viewing and Histories Retold for This November Commemoration
"Triumph at Kapyong" - Korea, Canada's forgotten war. "Citizens of London" - surviving Britain's darkest hour.
The Train, a tense spy thriller about French Resistance. Black Book, a young Jewish woman joins the Dutch resistance and infiltrates the Nazi empire.
The captain of a German U-boat torpedoes an enemy troop carrier. Then in an about face, saves the lives of those who nearly perish.
An idealistic young woman leads a defiant resistance in Nazi Germany. But her anti-war activities and work with P.O.W.s lead to dire consequences.
Battle destruction from Belgium to Switzerland as seen from an airship in the summer of 1919 juxtaposed with present-day footage retracing that same journey.
What is the Meaning of Remembrance Day?
Decades have passed since World War I, World War II and the Korean War. Remembrance Day gives Canadians an opportunity to honour veterans and our forces members serving today in Afghanistan and elsewhere around the world.
Also for November Remembrance ...
What happened the day the First World War ended? Michael Palin finds out.
Soldiers thoughts on war experience and the therapeutic treatment they undergo to help erase the stigma of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Political leaders redraw the map of the world attempting to broker a lasting peace after the Great War.
The Nazi theft and destruction of millions of Europe's art treasures and stories of the ones that miraculously survived.
How the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit scooped the world on the invasion of Sicily, the D-Day landing and the liberation of Paris.
Backroom negotiations and political maneuvering at all levels of power in Britain, in the countdown to the Iraq War.