This highly-acclaimed six-part series pays tribute to the Canadians who participated in World War II - young Canadians whose collective courage and spirit led to victory. The series traces Canada's role from the pre-war years when Prime Minister Mackenzie King found himself charmed by the appealing and affectionate look in Adolf Hitlers eyes, to the development of the A-bomb that finally put an end to the most destructive conflict in history.
Narrated by Arthur Kent, No Price Too High chronicles CanadaÃ¯Â¿Â½s role in the major events of the war, including The Battle of Britain, the invasion of Italy, and D-Day. Incorporating the personal letters, photographs and diaries of many Canadians, including those at home, No Price Too High reflects the dreams, heartbreaks, fears and terrors of young men and women suddenly swept into a world of destruction, conflict and chaos. DVD bonus feateures: Interactive menus - Chronology of events - Scene selection - World political leader profiles - Weapons of war selection - Documentary Feature: "Remeberance, tomb of the unknown soldier - RSDL dual layer edition. DVD Rom Features: 250 minutes of authentic newsreels - Radio broadcasts - Canadian military profiles - 98 interactive maps - Photo gallery containing 1287 images - Chronology of events including dates, images and maps (video and text) - World leader profiles - 36 wartime posters - Interactive quiz - Canadian medal selection - Facts and figures section DISK 1:Folly - 1936 to june 1940lifeline - June 1940 to December 1941The end pf the begining - 1942 DISK 2: Alton was a poet - 1943Liberation - 1944Victory - March 1945 to years end DISK 3: Rememberance: Tomb of the unknown soldier