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Joyful Dutch civilians and Canadian soldiers celebrate the liberation of Utrecht, May 7, 1945.

"In fact, thanks Oh Canada for so much sacrifice during this global conflict. Such valuable allies." KB May, Liberation of The Netherlands by Canadian Troops. Thank you, Canada!

Three Canadian soldiers roll a large round swastika sign down a muddy street. The Canadian troops are helping to dismantle local Nazi Party headquarters in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. February 1945.

Three Canadian soldiers roll a large round swastika sign down a muddy street. The Canadian troops are helping to dismantle local Nazi Party headquarters in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

Canadians liberate the Dutch. More than 7000 Canadians died in the Netherlands during WW2

Jubilant Dutch civilians gather to welcome their liberators. The soldiers pictured are actually British, from the (West Riding) Infantry Division, who were often attached to the Canadian Army 7 May 1945