World War Two, Canada’s Phantom Regiment Documentary available in public Libraries, Museums, Schools & Royal Legions of Canada. The story of the 12th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery 1940-1945.


The screening of the documentary ( 125 minutes )  presented at The Toronto’s Reference Library Theatre ( Beeton Hall ), Monday November 21st from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM >> Link.

World War II Documentary of the untold bravery, honour, and sacrifice of the 12th Field Regiment Royal Canadian Artillery. Highlighting the Battles of Normandy to Utrecht, Netherlands and Aurich, Germany.

A documentary feature on the 12th Field Regiment who was integral to the 1945 liberation in the Netherlands, and who fought in some of the most historic World War Two battles. Their’s is a story of untold bravery, honour and sacrifice; virtues that won the war and freedom we enjoy today. Through the eyes of those that lived it, history comes alive through interviews, WWII archival footage, still photographs and authentic material. It is a personal story about remarkable men and women and their memories of their time.

Link to Screening Reviews  Premier at the Norgan Theatre>>

Link to student’s reactions >>





Participating Educational & Resource Centres ( contact us for details and availability  –

  • Arthur & Area Historical Society

  • Arthur Royal Canadian Legion

  • Bayview Secondary School – Richmond Hill
  • Base Borden Military Museum
  • Canadian War Museum – Ottawa

  • Guelph Museums

  • Honour A Hero Museum- Walkerton

  • IWM Imperial War Museum – UK

  • Juno Beach Centre 

  • Keep Them Rolling – Netherlands

  • Mount Forest Museum & Archives

  • Norwell Public School – Palmerston

  • Orangeville Royal Canadian Legion

  • Palmerston Museum

  • R.C.A. Museum – Shilo, Manitoba

  • Toronto Public Reference Library