STK-ID 7006

Excerpts of Sir Winston Churchill's from second camera: continuation of speech re Canadian Army chafing from inaction in England. Sir Winston Churchill speaks of the role of the Canadian Army in England and of the great need for Canadian soldiers, and of the availability of the Canadian Army in England or on the continent, as assured by the Canadian Government. Sir Winston Churchill assures the joint Parliament that he doubts whether the war will end without affording Canadians the chance to let the enemy face to face. Sir Winston Churchill then refers to the fall of Hong Kong and of to the capture of the Canadian contingent, the Royal Rifles of Canada and the Winnipeg Grenadiers. Cut to "God Save the King" anthem at end of speech. (30/12/1941)


Excerpt from
Churchill's visit to Canada
National Film Board
Available formats
Digital Bétacam, Reel 35 mm, Digital Video Disk
Shooting format
35mm fine grain b&w, 35mm fine grain comp b&w
Aspect ratio
Available resolutions
720 x 486