For King and Country TV Series Ep.1: Passing the Torch

For King and Country TV Series Ep.1: Passing the Torch

In this Episide Norm covers the Passing of the Torch from Canada’s First War generation to their sons and daughters, Canada’s mobilization and the first Canadians to fight in the Battle of Britain. Veteran, RAF Ace (14 Kills in Britain and Malta), BC’s Butcher Barton tells his story of the Battle of Britain in 249 Squadron, RAF. Part 2 deals with the Battle of the Atlantic, covering the early convoys, the lifeline to Britain.

Veteran Peter Cock tells his story of the battle against a Wolfpack of more that 20 U-Boats in the story of convoy SC-42.

You may also like

For King and Country TV Series Ep.2: Hour of Darkness Hong Kong 1941
Veteran Alf Babin of the Royal Rifles revisits St Stephens where he witnessed the slaughter of wounded, and tells his story.
For King and Country TV Series Ep.3: Italy The Forgotton Army Part One
Two Episodes on the Canadians in Sicily and Italy.
For King and Country TV Series Ep.4: Italy The Forgotton Army Part Two
Two Episodes on the Canadians in Sicily and Italy.
For King and Country TV Series Ep.5: Battles of Normandy
Veteran Lockie Fulton of the 'Winnipegs' takes us over his battleground, from the beaches to the Carpiquet airfield.
For King and Country TV Series Ep.6: Northwest Europe and the Pacific
After Normandy they all thought it was over, but 10,000 Canadians would die before the war in Europe would end 8 months later.