Hitler visiting the Canadian War Memorial, at Vimy Ridge, France. Hitler arranged this photo-op to discount the rumour that he had bombed it. War memorials were considered sacrosanct by both sides in the war. Still, he was an utter bastard.
Calgary Highlanders in the Netherlands, October during the battle to clear the German's out of the Schelde Estuary and open the ports at Antwerp to Allied shipping. Photograph by Canadian CFPU photographer Ken Bell.
A Sherman Firefly of Canadian Armoured Division assists troops of Royal Scots Fusiliers, (West Riding) Division to clear the Germans from Ede, Holland 17 April
bag-of-dirt: “Canadian Army Sgt. George A. Game of the Canadian Film and Photo Unit operates his camera, filming action while kneeling between the corpses of two dead German soldiers during the Battle of Ortona of the Italian Campaign. Ortona was the...