A Father's War: The Story Behind an Artifact
100th anniversary of the Poppy • 5m 49s
A World War One uniform and other beloved keepsakes tell the story of Finnish Canadian Alfred Saxberg's war-time experience, allowing a family insight into a life that was rarely discussed. Featuring: Marg Saxberg and Captain George Romick
Director: Ron Harpelle & Kelly Saxberg
Camera: Kelly Saxberg
Editor: Adrien Harpelle and Skyler J.A. Duggan
Music: Adrien Harpelle
Color Timing: Alyssa Kusik
Animation & Graphics: Alyssa Kusik & Keegan Richard
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Woman in No Man's Land
Mary Riter Hamilton was as a Canadian artist. In 1919, she painted the battlefields of France and Belgium, recording the aftermath of World War One.
Wayne Morris - Poppy Appeal Organizer
Wayne Morris is a Poppy Appeal Organizer from Dorset, UK. In this short interview, he describes the importance of the poppy appeal campaign and why we need to remember on November 11th.