These interviews were conducted in 2007 as part of the TV Series, Battlefield Mysteries, for History Channel in Canada. We were very lucky to be able to interview the most important men involved in this famous, maybe legendary, and very brief encounter, that took place on August 8, 1944 during Operation Totalize.
11 video(s) found
(full video coming soon) Among others, Secret Liberators includes an interview with Al Sirois, an SOE Wireless operator.
'Butch' Barton served in the RAF during the Battle of Britain and the Battle of Malta.
Interviewed by Norm Christie in 2007. Incredible interview outlining Ed’s platoon defence of the Song-Gok against an attack by 1,000 Chinese.
(full video coming soon)
Many of our documentaries have interviews. Here's an excerpt from Striking Back that includes an interview with Jim Moffet.
This interview was done in 2008 in anticipation of a TV Show
Evaders & Escape Lines. Jim gave us a one piece interview, literally; one question and off he went.
On August 8, 1944, under incredible pressure, he destroyed 3 Tigers.
Paivio was the last surviving Canadian veteran of the Spanish Civil War, and of the Mackenzie–Papineau Battalion.
He was there for the fight, and overheard much of the battle on his radio.
Eyewitness to History: Major "Lockie" Fulton returns to the battlefields of Normandy 1944 to talk about D-Day.
His unit made up the eastern flank of what would be the trap that crushed Wittmann's Tigers.
One of the turning points, seemingly unnoticed, of Our Canada, took place in front of the cameras and a live audience, May 17, 1963.