This week on Outstanding Docs: Gays in the military

Open Secrets and Conduct Unbecoming

Check out this week’s documentaries on OutTV. On Remembrance Day, catch Open Secrets at 10pm, preceeded by Unbecoming Conduct at 9pm.

Tue, Nov 11, 10pm ET:

Open Secrets

This provocative documentary uncovers a lost chapter in Canadian military history: how the Armed Forces dealt with homosexuality during and after World War II. A group of veterans break their silence after more than 60 years.

Watch the trailer below:

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