Camp X: Secret Agent School

Saturday, May 23, 2015 – 9:00AM

Synopsis
In 1941, a top-secret training facility was set up outside Toronto to train secret agents. They were taught how to kill, build bombs, create cover identities and crack codes. They called the facility Camp X.
The details of what went on there remained classified for decades after the War ended. Many documents are now being declassified, including something long rumored to exist: Camp X’s secret training manual; the most comprehensive guide to espionage ever written. Camp X: Secret Agent School explores the story of how this secret agent training school established in Canada during World War Two – and the training manual created specifically for it – laid the foundations for modern espionage in North America and gave birth to the CIA.
Runtime
60:00
Nominee
Documentary History & Biography

Creative Team

Director(s)
Alex Mcintosh
Producer(s)
Elliott Halpern, Elizabeth Trojian (Executive Producers), Robin Bicknell (Supervising Producer)
Researcher(s)
James Ellis
Production Company
Yap Camp X Productions Inc. (Yap Films Inc.)

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