- CBC Digital Archives
- National Film Board of Canada
- The Pacifist Who Went to War
This documentary is the story of two Mennonite brothers from Manitoba who were forced to make a decision in 1939, as Canada joined World War II.
- The Enemy Within
This feature-length documentary looks at German POWs from the WWII who were housed in 25 camps across Canada. Filmmaker Eva Colmers follows her father's story - Theo Melzer - who spent three and a half years in a POW camp in Lethbridge, Alberta.
- Opa's War
"While visiting her ancestral home in Austria, a young Canadian woman unearths an old photograph of her late grandfather dressed in full German military uniform and is struck with the devastating realization that her beloved “Opa” was a soldier in Hitler’s army.
- War comes to Victoria
The Lusitania departed New York for Liverpool carrying munitions. On May 7, 1915, off Ireland, it was torpedoed and sank immediately. Among the 1,198 dead were many women and children, including entire families from Victoria, Vancouver, Nelson and other BC communities. The news came to Victoria on top of the reports about the first use of poison gas. Soldiers waiting to go overseas gathered in the bar of the former Kaiserhoff Hotel (Blanshard and Johnson Street). The riot began there.
- Der Traum vom Auswandern – Ankommen in Kanada
German family is moving from Germany to Alberta.
AhornTV is a weekly German TV show made for German-Canadians living in British Columbia.
- Fortsetzung folgt: Hermann – Auf und davon nach Kanada
Swiss immigrant Hermann Schoenbaechler immigrated to Terrace, BC. The documentary follows him for several years and shows his and his family's experiences during that time.
- Ein Blockhaus am Yukon
German immigrant Horst Kliem is filming himself building a log cabin over several years in the Yukon territory.
Please check BC Archives, Vancouver Public Library, University of Victoria Library, UBC Library for additional film footage.