Two unidentified snipers in "ghillie" suits of the Canadian Parachute Battalion during an inspection by King George VI Queen Elizabeth and Princess Elizabeth Salisbury Plain England 17 May Photo: MIKAN
Canadian soldiers of the Lincoln and Welland regiment in Dussen after the battle of Kapelsche veer in the Netherlands in the winter of early the left man is a sniper).(L-R): Privates F.L Russell, J. Sneddon, Corporal R.
Private E. Eastle of The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada wearing the Red hackle on his khaki bonnet, at the grave of his brother, who was a member of The Royal Hamilton Light Infantry of Canada.
The Netherlands - (Infantrymen of Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal drawing water from a well near Laren, Netherlands, 6 April (L-R): Sergeants Phillip Jean and Roger St. Jean, Corporal Dejenaes Mendoza, and Private Maurice Boisvert.
Canadians in Germany - Infantrymen of the Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders aboard a Buffalo amphibious vehicle near Mehr, Germany, 11 February Colin C. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada /
world_war_two - canadian_army - Comfort in the Trenches - Troopers of The Fort Garry Horse reading mail on a couch in their slit trench in the Hochwald, Germany, March (Left To Right): Troopers W. O’Gallagher, L. Nicholas and L.