The Battle of the Scheldt - Personnel of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry in GM armoured trucks in Krabbendijke, Netherlands, 17 October
Holland 1944 Canadian Army Major William Ewing salutes at the funeral of 55 members of “A” Company of The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada who were killed in combat.
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Putte Dutch border Netherlands Person between the soldiers;
Putte Antwerpsestraat Canadeesewacht bij burgemeesterswoning
Antwerpsestraat October 1944 Putte
Knocked out Panzer IIIs strewn across the North African desert. Pin by Paolo Marzioli
Canadezen voor het gemeentehuis Putte
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.