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Salute to a Victory
1945
In honour of V-E Day of World War II, a salute to the...
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Film (11:00)
Spotlight on the Balkans
1945
A look at the history of the Balkan countries, and their...
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Suffer Little Children
1945, director: Sydney Newman
At the end of World War II there were sixty million sick and...
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Democracy at Work
1944, director: Stanley Hawes, Fred Lasse
Weapons production in Britain during World War II is shown,...
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Fortress Japan
1944
Produced at a critical point in the war against Japan, this...
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A Friend for Supper
1944
During World War II, a teacher explains how children in...
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Home to the Land
1944, director: Stanley Jackson
This archival film from 1945 explains The Veteran's Land Act...
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Inside France
1944, director: Tom Daly, Stuart Legg
Between World War I and World War II France was struck by...
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Suffer Little Children
Film  (10:00) 1945, director: Sydney Newman
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At the end of World War II there were sixty million sick and starving children in Europe. Clothes and toys from every village and town in the United States and Canada helped to bring comfort and cheer, but this met only a small part of the demand. The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration undertook to provide food, clothing, shelter, medical care, education and sympathetic attention to these terrorized victims of war.

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