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Type: Film and Video
Description: At the dawn of the Cold War, Somalia had aligned itself with the Soviet Union; when this alliance dissolved, the United States forged a coalition with the African country. As the Cold War thawed, however, the partnership weakened and the U.S. withdrew. As infrastructure and order collapsed, famine spread through the country. When the 900 Canadian soldiers landed in Somalia on December 15, 1992, they tried to draw order from the chaos with Operation Deliverance.
Site: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
 
 
Type: Document Film and Video Sound
Description: During the Second World War, roughly 22,000 Japanese Canadians were forcibly evacuated from the west coast and resettled in other parts of the country. Their struggle for redress and apologies continued after the war.
Site: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
 
 
Type: Sound
Description: Report on Captain Angela Mondeux, an officer of the Royal 22nd Regiment deployed to the former Yugoslavia. The news clip relates some other countries' reactions to a female in uniform.
Site: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
 
 
Type: Film and Video
Description: In this CBC commentary, Rex Murphy describes the sorry state of the Canadian Airborne division. The recent release of disturbing home videos shot by Canadian soldiers in Somalia was followed by the release of brutal home movies shot during military hazing rituals as well as still photographs of the torture and beating of Shidane Arone, a Somali teenager. Soldiers were shown eating feces as part of initiation ceremonies and a black soldier had "KKK" smeared onto his back.
Site: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
 
 
Type: Film and Video
Description: When the Black Hawk helicopters landed in Belet Huen, Somalia, the Canadian forces were greeted with welcoming cheers. The Canadian soldiers were surprised to find a relative level of calm in Belet Huen with famine under control and few deaths due to starvation. The Canadians were happy to have finally arrived in Somalia to provide humanitarian aid. However, in the Somali capital of Mogadishu, US Marines had shot and killed a Somali during a peace march.
Site: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
 
 
Type: Document Film and Video Sound
Description: Explore a century of Canada's conflicts, wars and struggles through radio and television clips from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Site: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
 
 
Type: Film and Video
Description: It's been seven years since Canadian soldiers have come home from the Gulf War. Many of them are suffering from ailments such as nausea, rashes, and chronic fatigue. They call it Gulf War Syndrome, but a new Canadian military report has concluded that there is no such illness. The report states that some veterans are suffering from extreme cases of battle stress due to the special stresses of service in the Persian Gulf.
Site: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
 
 
Type: Document
Description: Using a variety of Web-based resources, students will produce a news magazine-style program on peacemaking challenges in the 1990s.
Site: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
 
 
Type: Document
Description: This episode deals with Canada's production of the chemical later known as Agent Orange and the after-effects of its use in Vietnam by American forces.
Site: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
 
 
Type: Document
Description: Students hold a forum highlighting a variety of points of view on the Somalia affair.
Site: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
 
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