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2010-06-21 10:13:04


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"On June 10, 1940, Italy entered the Second World War.


Overnight, the Canadian government came to see the countrys 112,000
Italian-Canadians as dire threats to national security. The RCMP
rounded up thousands of people it considered fascist sympathizers.
Seven hundred were held for up to three years in internment camps,
most of them at Petawawa, Ontario. None were ever charged with a
criminal offence.


In Barbed Wire and Mandolins we meet Italian-Canadians whose lives
were disrupted and uprooted by the internments: men who were whisked
away and would not return for years; family members whose husbands and
fathers became strangers during the time they were interned.


For the most part, the men were not treated harshly at the Petawawa
camp. As the months rolled by they organized an orchestra, painted,
planted gardens. But that hardly made up for the businesses they lost,
the families they left behind, and the shame of a community that was
branded a danger to Canada.


Remarkably, the former internees are not bitter as they look back on
the way their own country treated them."


http://www.onf-nfb.gc.ca/eng/collection/film/?id=33297


File Name:............Barbed.Wire.&.Mandolins.avi

Runtime:...............00:47:59

Filesize:.................600.08 MB


Language:.............English

Subtitles:...............None


Video codec:..............XviD MPEG-4 codec

Video aspect ratio:......1.33:1

Video width x height:...640 x 480

Video framerate:.........29.970 FPS

Video bitrate:..............1620 KB/s


Audio type:................MPEG-1 Layer 3 (MP3)

Audio channels:..........2 Ch

Audio sample rate:.....48000 Hz

Audio bitrate:.............128 KB/s (CBR)


*Note: Old VHS tape from Library.


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