"Wait for Me, Daddy" - One of the most famous Canadian photographs of WWII.

1940 Province newspaper photographer Claude Dettloff took his famous “Wait For Me, Daddy” photo as soldiers marched down Eighth Street to board a waiting boat.

A line of soldiers march in British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother's hand to reach out for his father

40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken

WWII goodbyes “Wait For Me Daddy,” by Claude P. Dettloff, October A line of soldiers march in British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother’s hand to reach out for his father.

Private G.R. MacDonald of The Toronto Scottish Regiment (M.G.) 2nd Canadian Infantry Division Support Btn., giving first aid to injured French children in Brionne, Haute-Normandie, France on the 25th of August 1944.

Private G. MacDonald of The Toronto Scottish Regiment (M., giving first aid to injured French children in Brionne, Haute-Normandie, France on the of August 1944

Tommy Prince...Most decorated Canadian Native Indian and Most decorated Member of the WWII Special Service Force,Black Devils Brigade.

Most decorated Canadian Native Indian and Most decorated Member of the WWII Canadian-American Special Service Force, Black Devils Brigade.

A Canadian soldier showing the impact location on a Sherman tank destroyed at Bayeux. June 14, 1944.

An unidentified Canadian soldier sitting on a Sherman tank, Bayeux, 14 june

Juno Beach, a weary 1st Canadian Paratrooper takes a rest in a slit trench. Varaville, Normandy. June 6, 1944

A weary Canadian Paratrooper rests in a slit trench: Juno Beach, Varaville, Normandy, June

Soldiers of the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division set up a mortar on Juno Beach on the outskirts of Bernieres-sur-Mer on June 6, 1944.

Soldiers of the Canadian Infantry Division set up a mortar on JUNO Beach on the outskirts of Bernieres-sur-Mer on June 6

Canada's Obama-Both have the same agenda, destroy the country they've been sworn to secure and make better!

Sheriff of Harney County gives a speech and reassert that he won't do his job

Dispatch rider Private H. McDowell of the 48th Highlanders of Canada delivering a message to the battalion’s advanced headquarters, Regalbuto, Italy, August 4, 1943 / Le soldat et estafette H. McDowell, des 48th Highlanders of Canada, livre un message au quartier général avancé du bataillon à Regalbuto (Italie), le 4 août 1943

Dispatch rider Private H. McDowell of the Highlanders of Canada delivering a message. / Le soldat et estafette H. McDowell, des Highlanders of Canada, livre un message.

Canadians capture Caen - The Highland Light Infantry of Canada take a quick rest on the bank of the Orne River. 18 July 1944, Caen, France (vicinity).

Canadians capture Caen - The Highland Light Infantry of Canada take a quick rest on the bank of the Orne River near Caen, 18 July

What’s unique about this 1943 Victory 5 cent piece Canada coin is that all around the end of the inside rim on the V side were tiny, raised dots and bars, not seen on any other Canadian coin. These engraved dots and dashes are actually Morse Code. The dots and dashes spell out the good-luck, war efforts words: “We Win When We Work Willingly”

What’s unique about this 1943 Victory 5 cent piece Canada coin is that all…

WWII: Canadian soldier during Battle of Arnhem

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.

Bruce MacKinnon cartoon paying tribute to Cpl Nathan Cirillo killed in the line of duty by a terrorist,

One of the most poignant images of the day

A portion of Bruce MacKinnon’s cartoon depicting Cpl. Nathan Cirillo being comforted by the old, bronze soldiers of Canada’s past. (BRUCE MACKINNON / Staff) ** Most appropriate cartoon ever. RE: shooting in Ottawa - Oct 2014

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