Forgotten Warriors

1996, 51:00 minutes, English

TAPECODE 3034.03

Thousands of Aboriginal Canadians volunteered to fight in the Second World War alongside their non-Native countrymen. While they fought for freedom overseas, Aboriginal soldiers found themselves treated unequally in their own country. In this film, Aboriginal veterans share their unforgettable war memories and their healing process.

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Critical Writing

Interviews with Loretta Todd, Shelley Niro, and Patricia Deadman
by Lawrence Abbott. Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 1998, v. 28, no. 2. Brandon: Brandon University, 1998.
Forgotten Warriors: Loretta Todd reveals Canada's shame
by Gail Maurice. Aboriginal Voices, Apr. 1997, v. 4, no. 2.