The liberation of The Netherlands. Private K. Earl, of the Perth Regiment, stops for a rest in the forest north of Arnhem, as the 5 Canadian Division advances. 15 Apr Arnhem (vic), The Netherlands.
Led by their piper, men of Seaforth Highlanders, (Scottish) Division advance during Operation Epsom, 26 June 1944
Canadian Fighter Pilots Inspecting a Hawker Typhoon Mk IB on Airfield.
Juno Beach - 1944 Juno Beach was one of the most successful operations on D-Day…
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
My father served in the Canadian military in Europe during the Second World War.
Black Canadian soldier’s life and D-Day exploits remembered
Black Canadian soldier’s life and D-Day exploits remembered Lester Brown, a black Canadian veteran who fought in D-Day kept nightmares from the war from his family. They pressed him to open up and he did.
Canadians capture Caen - Rifleman R. Schwabe mans a loophole in French barracks used by the Germans and captured by the Regina Rifle Regiment.
Canadians capture Caen - Canadian personnel celebrating the liberation of Caen. Major David Currie VC on the right.
SS-Obersturmführer medic from Leibstandarte Division prepare to treat a wounded man on the battlefield during Operation Barbarossa in
PHOTO - Sergeant H. Marshall of The Calgary Highlanders cleans the telescopic sight of his MkI(T) rifle, Kapellen, Belgium, 6 October He wears a Dennison smock and a camouflaged head scarf.
historicaltimes: Private L. Hughes, Highlanders of Canada, sniping German position Foglia River, Italy
Canadian soldier with a Enfield rifle with scope, on a training exercise in England, 23 Apr (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No.
Signalman A. McNeil entering Caen in a captured German halftrack vehicle, Caen, France, 10 July Photographer Lieut. Negative LAC MIKAN No.
Thomas George "Tommy" Prince Canada’s most decorated Aboriginal soldier in the Second World War,
a canadian rifleman armed with a lee enfield in normandy his expression is kind of paranoid but hey, thats war canadian rifleman- 1944