Battle of the Atlantic

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Battle of the Atlantic

Post by BFBSM » Fri Oct 04, 2019 12:53 am

Battle of the Atlantic (https://youtu.be/aIo9pWtTD6M) video narrated by Alan Doyle nominated for 2019 Canadian Online Publishing Award
Canvet Publications Ltd. has been named a finalist in the 2019 Canadian Online Publishing Awards for Best Video Content for the Military Moments video Battle of the Atlantic narrated by Alan Doyle.

The video—narrated by Canadian musician and artist Alan Doyle of Great Big Sea—takes us back to Sept. 3, 1939, when a German U-boat torpedoed the ocean liner SS Athenia just hours after Britain had declared war on Germany. The Battle of the Atlantic was Canada’s longest campaign of the Second World War.

Other finalists in this category include Huffington Post Canada, Huffington Post Quebec, Canada’s History Magazine and Hakai Magazine. The 2019 Canadian Online Publishing Awards take place in Toronto in November.
The Battle of the Atlantic was Canada’s longest campaign of the Second World War from September 3, 1939 to May 8, 1945. Legion Magazine and Canada’s Ultimate Story present Military Moments | Battle of the Atlantic. Narrated by Canadian musician and artist Alan Doyle of Great Big Sea, the video takes us back hours after Britain declared war on Germany on Sept. 3, 1939, when the German submarine U-30 sank the ocean liner SS Athenia.
The Battle of the Atlantic raged for 68 months. Germany’s objective was to starve Britain into submission by cutting shipping supply lines. The Allies responded with escorted oceanic convoys and the Royal Canadian Navy played a critical role, protecting convoys from the Caribbean to the United Kingdom. By 1944, Canada had proven itself as one of the world’s best U-boat hunters.
Narrated by Alan Doyle
Directed & Edited by Adam Tindal
Written by Don Gillmor
Graphics & Animation by Julia Paddick, Sophie Jalbert
Produced by Jason Duprau, Jennifer McGill, Eric Harris
Executive Producer Jennifer Morse
Recorded by Skinners Hill Music Ltd. St. John’s, NL
*Special thanks to Louis Thomas
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