The Canadian PM watches a military athletics event in the rain at Aldershot arena.
Winston Churchill watches arrival of fighter planes at snowy Canadian airfield.
Great story about Canadian women working in ship yards.
Footage of the several United States warships arriving in Quebec, Canada.
Good footage of Dominion Ministers watching military demonstration at Barracks in Aldershot, Hampshire.
Footage of the Queen's broadcast to the nation on Remembrance Day.
Footage of the survivors of the Athenia boarding ship to return home.
Library footage of the main events that shaped 1939.
Churchill talks to allies & encourages troops - he visits France, USA, Canada, Russia, Africa.
American planes are towed into Canada to avoid breaching neutrality rules.
Lumberjacks from Canada in England to work in our forests.
Canadian troops prepare for their journey to the war in France.
Canadian troops arrive to join allied forces in England.
Footage of the Governor General of Canada, better know as John Buchan the novelist.
Anthony Eden and General Freyberg with New Zealand and Australian troops arriving in Egypt.
Troops from Newfoundland are met by Anthony Eden on their arrival in England.
Roosevelt meets Canada's PM at the Warm Springs Polio Centre in America.
The Earl of Athlone inspects troops from Canada in England for training.
Canadian airmen and nurses come ashore after long journey on troopships.
The Canadian High Commissioner meets men of the RCAF at base in England.
Mackenzie King and Mayor La Guardia meet in Ottawa to discuss joint defence issues.
American tanks from 1917 are sold to Canada for training use.
Young Princess Elizabeth speaks to the nations children - pictures of evacuees.
The Dionne Quins in Canada are shown listening to Princess Elizabeth's broadcast.
Americans join up with Canadian regiments in order to fight the Germans.
Earl of Athlone and PM Mackenzie King inspecting Canadian troops.
Commonwealth airmen trained in Canada arrive to England.
Canadian lumberjacks are sent to England to help in the war effort. No soundtrack.
A grand military air show is held in America.
Shots of ship building in Canada, presumably to aid the British war effort.
The Duke and Duchess of Windsor pay a wartime visit to Canada.
Duke and Duchess of Windsor on holiday in Canada.
Canadian pilots scramble their Hurricanes - then relax in the bar.
Good material of life onboard ship in an ocean going Convoy.
Victory parade in London.
King George VI presents medals in the field. Brits and Yanks meet up.
Dionne Quins at Northern Ontario Outfitters Carnival, North Bay, Canada.
Mr Massey, High Commissioner for Canada, presents mobile kitchen to London fire fighters.
German POWs arrive in Canada, some defiantly do Nazi salute towards camera.
Warship refuelled at sea, bombers arrive from USA and Churchill inspects new tanks.
More RAAF men leave Australia for final training in Canada.
Governor General of Canada, Earl of Athlone, watches shell cases being made in factory.
American infantry and ski troops arrive by troopship at St. John's, Newfoundland.
Land carriers (tanks) being made and tested at a Canadian factory.
Tinsley Green's annual marble tournament - this year Canadian soldiers and women compete!
RAF training establishment in Canada.
Film star Norma Shearer returns to Canada to help with victory loan drive.
Winston Churchill receives torch of victory and signed scroll from Canadians.
Scrap metal is turned into bombs at a factory in Canada.
An item showing some of the American airmen in the Royal Canadian Air Force.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth visit an R.A.F. personnel reception centre.
8 corvettes and minesweepers are launched in one day during Canada's ship building effort.
Air Minister of Canada, Mr C. G. Power, arrives to England.
Canadian PM Mackenzie King arrives at a London railway station.
Winston Churchill visits Ottawa, Canada.
Clement Attlee talking at MofI after returning from USA and Canada.
Winston Churchill addresses the Canadian Parliament at Ottawa.
Prime Minister Winston Churchill poses in fur hat in Canada and siren suit in America.
Men from Britain, Canada, Northern Ireland and Eire compete in cross-country race.
Winnipeg acts for a day as if Canada is occupied by the Nazis for fund-raising purposes.
US troops at Fort St John work on a new road connecting Canada and America with Alaska.
Huskies are trained by servicemen on the Canadian border.
Stories include US servicewomen on a march past and US servicemen judge a beauty contest.
United Nations airmen fly bombers from Canada to England.
New WAACs arrive at a recruitment camp and women work on tank production in Quebec.
The 22 members of the Marquis family are seen at work and at a family gathering.
Canadian soldiers return home after the Dieppe raid and get a grand welcome from their folks.
Newly graduated Canadian airmen get their 'Wings' at a ceremony in Montreal.
The Dionne Quintuplets take a trip around Toronto Zoo and sing a patriotic French song.
Great story shows Canadian pilots arriving in Britain after flying aircraft across the Atlantic.
The B.B.C. broadcasts messages to men in the Royal Air Force who are serving in Canada.
Soviet Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivan Maisky signs an agreement in Canada.
Canada prepare big coastal guns to firing.
Canadian and British troops are hit hard as they attempt to land at Dieppe. Graphic scenes.
Despatch riders of Canadian RCCS forces on parade.
Belgian experts teach Canadian girls how to cut diamonds to make cutting tools for war effort.
Lovely footage of people strolling and eating in London parks during wartime - very evocative.
Young men train as Commandos, US soldiers in chemical warfare and Canadian sub-chasers.
New pilots being trained in Canada.
Canadians building hydroelectric plant to produce power to make aluminium.
Canadian miners in armed services volunteered to go back into pits.
First glider flies from Canada to England towed by Dakota plane.
Britain's Prime Mister Mr Winston Churchill comes home from Canada.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth visit a Canadian base in England.
Footage of Canadian and American troops preparing for invasion of Sicily.
Capitulation of Italy.
Winston Churchill visits Canada with his wife and daughter Mary.
Churchill, Mackenzie King and Roosevelt meet for talks in Canada.
Convoys of war supplies travel through Alaskan mountains.
Chinese community greets Bock Ya Hwang, Chinese envoy, with a parade.
Lumberjacks cut vast Canadian forest to provide the wood for war effort.
Ladies cut and sew flags of the Allied nations. North of England.
America and Canada send more men to Britain to fight against Germany.
Mackenzie King, Canadian PM, talks about peaceful relations with the United States.
Good footage of women at work in armaments factory in Quebec, Canada.
Footage of numerous women at work in a shipyard in Canada.
Activities at the newly made airfield.
Churchill, Roosevelt and other top brass at Quebec Conference.
Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt meet in Quebec, Canada.
Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt meet for the second Quebec conference. Canada.
Brief items - Frozen airfield at Attu, General Sir Oliver Leese, and Major Paul Triquet, V.C.
War brides and babies of Canadian servicemen arrive in Montreal to take up residency.
Prime Ministers from the Empire gather in London for a conference with Churchill.
Mackenzie King gives speech to both Houses of Parliament in Royal Gallery.
Churchill, Smuts, King, Fraser and Curtin sign declaration to endorse allied war plans.
News stories about developments in Canadian and U.S. armed forces.
Major David Vivian Currie is first Canadian to receive Victoria Cross for service in Europe.
British wives and children of Canadian servicemen begin their journey to Canada.
Canadian and Norwegian Air Force girls play a game of Norwegian Handball. London.
Footage of Hawker Typhoon aircraft at English airfield Tempest
Various footage of the invasion of Dieppe - some German material.
Canada's double purpose vessel - food and aircraft carrier at the same time.
Field Marshal Alexander with wife and children at home.
Soldiers of a Canadian Air Support Signals Unit send messages to loved ones at home.
Montgomery and Alanbrooke are among senior officers arriving for meeting.
Canadian Parliament convenes to debate proposal for limited conscription. Ottawa.
WWI Air Hero Billy Bishop chats to Canadian pilots at fighter base in England.
The Canadian PM visits gun emplacements and troops in Southern England.
Canadian Wrens learn about British currency, meet British Wrens and look at map.
Canadian Wrens arrive at London train station.
Canadian forces are given a warm welcome in liberated Italy.
Queen Elizabeth (Queen Mother) inspects Canadian troops in country barracks.
Canadian RAF bomber crew being debriefed after bombing mission.
German POWs under guard of Canadians, POWs are given food by Canadians.
Footage of Canadian arriving in Britain for Minesweeping operations.
Footage of Canadian soldiers arriving in Britain.
Arrival of Canadian C-in-C Major General McNaughton - he watches a tank demonstration.
Australian, New Zealand and Canadian troops in Britain
Lord Derby addresses newly arrived Canadian fliers.
Anthony Eden watches Canadian troops training - in a snow storm - a cup of tea is had by all.
Genera Gamelin and other French officials in Britain meeting troops and politicians.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth inspect troops and cadets.
English and French speaking Canadian troops train for their turn to guard Buckingham Palace.
French Canadian troops perform the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Canadian troops commemorate dead comrades from World War One.
Troopships land in Britain carrying Canadian troops to fight in Europe.
A flotilla of Canadian Warships arrive in Britain to join the battle with the Royal Navy.
Canadian troops arrive in dock on a troopship and unloads.
Roosevelt meets Canadian PM Mackenzie King to discuss North American defence.
King George VI pays a visit to Polish and Canadian pilots at RAF Camp in England.
King George VI inspects the Canadian troops at Aldershot in 1940.
Volunteers from Newfoundland arrive to Liverpool to join the British in war.
Mayor of Holborn plants Canadian Maple tree - a present from Canadian troops.
Lord Mayor of Holborn planting Canadian Maple tree - present from Canadian troops.
Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands inspects Allied troops.
New recruits undergo training at the RNVR officer training school of HMS King Alfred.
A look at entertainment on offer to American and Canadian servicemen in Britain.
Various shots of minor Royal visit to Royal Canadian Air Force.
British soldiers and military vehicles in ruined town in Europe.
Footage of D-Day landings in Northern France - compilation of newsreel material.
Documentary about the RAF mostly featuring Second World War material.
American and Canadian aeroplanes, aircraft components and volunteer pilots arrive in UK.
Servicemen with medals seen leaving Buckingham Palace.
Canadian lumberjacks in Canadian Forestry Corps felling timber in Britain.
Canadian airmen and mechanics in RAF, good shots airborne planes in formation.
King and Queen inspect regiment of Canadian soldiers based in Southern England.
King George VI presents Colours to Canadian regiments from Alberta and New Brunswick.
Queen Elizabeth visits the office of the Air Raid Distress Fund in Mansion House. London.
Allied soldiers destroy island of Spitzbergen to stop Germans exploiting resources.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth inspect the Third Canadian Division.
Queen Elizabeth presents new Colours to the Canadian Saskatoon Light Infantry.
Footage of Canadian troops arriving in Hong Kong before hostilities commenced.
Lord Cranbourn inspects Canadian airmen.
New American tank called the General Lee is demonstrated by a Canadian regiment in Britain.
Stories include Canadian Air Force cadets in New York and father of war hero receiving medal.
Group Captain Fowler transfers from the Royal Canadian Air Force to the US Air Force.
Canadian firemen march to Trafalgar Square to hear a speech by Herbert Morrison.
Stories include US troops in Australia and Generals Auchinleck and Ritchie receiving Polish Virtuti Militarie.
The unsuccessful raid on Dieppe by Allied Forces with triumphant and cheerful commentary.
King George VI makes a tour of inspection of the Allied Navies in Portsmouth.
US Corporal Koons poses with medal for gallantry in Dieppe and talks about the raid.
Canadian soldiers entertain English children at a big Christmas party at their camp.
Canadian despatch rider and signal operators at work.
King George VI inspects Canadian Tank Brigade.
Allied troops preparations for invasion of Sicily.
Last preparations for the invasion of Sicily.
Allied troops invasion of Sicily.
Air bases in Malta and at Biggin Hill celebrating shooting down 1,000th enemy plane.
The first Canadian built Lancaster plane arrives to Britain.
Allied troops in Sicily.
Latest news of the Allied advance through occupied island of Sicily.
Latest information on the invasion of Sicily.
Clearing operations in occupied Sicily.
Flight Lieutenant 'Screwball' Buerling is transferred from RAF to RCAF.
A hospital is set up in a desert in North Africa.
Short news from around the world.
Royal Canadian Air Force 'Lion' Squadron adopts a lion cub as their mascot.
Canadian fighter crew talking about their successful fight against German planes.
Canadian sailors dip sheep on an English farm.
The Lease Land to Russia Pact is renewed in London.
Duchess of Gloucester honours women of the Royal Canadian Air Force in London.
A large contingent of Canadian troops arriving to Italy.
Various shots of men of the Royal Canadian Air Force in fighter base in England.
Allied troops land on the cold Islands of the Aleutians.
An air base is built in Labrador to fly planes from North America for war use in Britain.
Allied convoy heads towards Salerno, first troops land on Italian soil.
Field Marshal Montgomery speaking to crowd of allied troops.
US official war cameramen and correspondents pose for the cameras, including Ed Murrow.
Out-takes from UN848 (Canadian Signals Unit) plus extra sequence.
Canadian soldiers talking into camera.
Canadian despatch riders filmed by army camera unit.
Allied troops free town in Normandy, refugees return to homes, German army flees.
Allied troops liberate French towns St. Malo,Trun, Orleans, Chartres and Le Mans.
Allied Expeditionary Forces advance along west coast of France.
Coastal guns fire on Boulogne and German soldiers surrender. France.
A look at the damage to Dover and its residents, and allies preparing to bomb Calais.
Ming the giant panda returns to London zoo after a holiday.
Canadian troops take Italian town of Ortona, good street fighting shots.
Newsbriefs include King and Queen meeting U.S. 8th army corps, and baptism in river Jordan.
Hundreds of allied paratroops jump out of aeroplanes in large scale military exercise.
Salute the Soldier week opens in London with parades of servicemen and women.
Allied armies invade Normandy coast of France - D-day landings.
Allied troops advance into France, King George VI and de Gaulle visit Normandy.
Troops advance further into France and two young French men are tried for treason.
Allied assault on Rivers Odon and Orne, France. Churchill makes 2nd visit to Normandy.
A newspaper printed in small village in liberated France tells news of Allies' advance.
Allied troops advance into Brittany, Monty seen in tactics conference with Canadian officers.
King George VI visits Field Marshal Montgomery and tours Holland.
Winston Churchill pays his respects on Armistice Day and watches march past in Paris.
General Dwight Eisenhower inspects Canadians and visits British military hospital.
The allies celebrate Christmas with trees, parties, and parcels from home.
Allied troops enter Caen, France.
Fashionable hats for women inspired by armed forces, with hat pattern by Anne Edwards.
Various shots of the troops landing in Italy.
Troops and vehicles landing at unknown shore - probably Italy.
Canadian troops prepare to go ashore in invasion.
Shots of Canadian airmen on bombing mission over Myanmar.
Various ships in Invasion fleet - good material on HMCS Algonquin.
Various shots of troops and ships in the D Day invasion fleet.
Wounded men are transferred from ship to ship. Part of the D Day invasion fleet.
Prime Ministers Peter Fraser and John Curtin receive the Freedom of the City of London.
Footage of US and Canadian troops in Anzio, France.
Liberation scenes in Paris, France.
British and Canadian soldiers make their way through ruined towns in France.
Men of the Royal Canadian Navy tend to wounded on ship.
Churchill gives speech to Canadian soldiers about divisions within German government.
British and Canadian troops advance through countryside of Normandy. France.
Liberation scenes from Brussels, Belgium.
Canadian airmen talk to British soldiers and sailors on the front - cuts from propaganda film?
German footage of the D-day invasion.
Supplies arrive to and leave stores depot.
British / Canadian bomb disposal unit disarming unexploded bomb.
British soldiers advance through Holland - putting up telephone wires and erecting bridges.
British bomb disposal unit at work in Europe - same as UN 1078 B and UN 1078 C.
Various shots of Liberator Bomber plane flying overhead.
Flame thrower tanks demonstrated by Canadian soldiers.
L/Ss of Royal Canadian Air Force bomber flying overhead.
Funeral service of Canadian soldier.
Various footage of the invasion of Dieppe - some German material and Movietone coverage.
Heavily bombed German city of Duren & Post Yalta agreement applied on ground.
Montgomery's offensive on Western Front has started - battle of Siegfried Line.
Allied troops continue their advance through Germany.
British and Canadian troops pushing Germans towards the Rhine.
British and Canadian troops pushing Germans towards the Rhine.
Allied prisoners of war liberated and slowly returning home.
News from Western Europe.
A short roundup of the world's news.
The third anniversary of the Dieppe Raid is marked.
Artists serving with the Royal Canadian Navy have exhibition in the National Gallery. London.
Wooden boats being made in Sussex in traditional way for Royal Navy use in Pacific.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth inspect army cadets at Aldershot. Hampshire.
Crowds of Belgians celebrating liberation of Brussels.
Crowds of Belgians celebrating liberation of Brussels.
Canadian Air Force men build and use an airport.
Canadian naval woman looks at Chestnut tree.
Attlee, Truman and Stalin meet in Potsdam.
Australian newsreel item about Canadian soldiers.
German Officer, a prisoner, exercising with guard.
Royal family meets troops at grounds of Buckingham Palace.
Canadian troops enter Amsterdam.
Army chiefs, politicians and royals attend Victory parade in London.
Good footage of war correspondents typing out reports in an office of the Associated Press.