Canadian Military History Gateway
Resource Type > Film and Video
Subject > Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders > Population Groups > Canadian
Royal 22nd Regiment prepares to help resolve dispute with Mohawks at Oka, Quebec.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
In this 1972 CBC television interview, Cardinal Maurice Roy recounts his experiences and role as military chaplain during World War II.
TV clip explaining the historical creation of the French-Canadian Van Doos (Royal 22nd Regiment).
Silent film of Royal 22nd troops training in the snow before shipping out for the sunny Mediterranean.
In this 1972 interview Paul Triquet recounts his exploits at Casa Berardi, which won him the Victoria Cross in World War Two.
After three years of United Nations standby, the Van Doos are suddenly airlifted to Cyprus, a powerkeg of Greek and Turkish hostilities.
Television clip shows the daily life of Canadian soldiers in Korea as they prepare to celebrate Christmas of 1953 a long way from home.
During the Korean War battle known as Hill 355, the Royal 22nd Regiment defend a UN position and save American lives.
1993 television news report shows how the Royal 22nd Regiment peacekeepers in Srebrenica must both disarm and defend Muslim refugees.
David Halton, son of war correspondent Matthew Halton, and a group of Canadian veterans write a final epilogue to the Battle of Ortona.