Canadians Liberate Holland (WW2)

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Broadcast Date: April 14, 1945 -- After years of occupation and deprivation, the people of Holland finally have something to cheer about: liberation. Town by town, the Canadian army is pushing the Germans out of the Netherlands, freeing the Dutch and bringing the war closer to its conclusion. But there is anger alongside the euphoria. In this Canadian Army Newsreel, citizens bent on revenge publicly shear off the hair of Dutch women who were Nazi collaborators.

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