Canadian Army in WWII

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D-Day, Juno Beach - Soldiers of the 3rd Canadian infantry division hit the…

Canadians Juno Beach D-Day. With our friend Don Mills, Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa

Canadian sniper with Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk. I (T) with telescopic scope…

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.

Mortar crew, Headquarters Company, Regina Rifle Regiment. June 9, 1944…

A mortar crew of The Canadian Regina Rifle Regiment in Normandy, 9 june Their Carrier can be seen in the background.

Major John W. Forth, Chaplain of The Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa (right)…

Stretcher Bearers from the Cameron Highlanders of Canada attend to wounded, 1944 (sometime around D-Day)

Soldiers of  Canadian Light Infantry (P.P.C.L.I.) firing a Vickers machine gun…

Canadians in England - Soldiers of Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (P.) firing a Vickers machine gun during a training exercise, Eastbourne, England, 3 December (L-R): Privates D. Klasson, R. Rogal and W.

Infantrymen of an unidentified regiment of the 9th Canadian Infantry Brigade in…

Infantrymen of an unidentified regiment of the Canadian Infantry Brigade in the Normandy bridgehead.

Infantry on the move at dawn. 25 July 1944, South of Vaucelles.

Infantry on the move at dawn. 25 July South of Vaucelles.

Canadian Gen. Guy Simonds inspecting Canadian troops, Germany May 45

[Photo] Lieutenant General Guy Simonds inspecting II Canadian Corps in Meppen, Germany, 31 May 1945

Unidentified infantryman of "D" Company, Regina Rifle Regiment on guard duty in…

Unidentified infantryman of "D" Company, Regina Rifle Regiment on guard duty in forward post, Normandy, France, 10 June

Scout personnel of the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada. These men have…

Scouts of The Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada, Camp de Brasschaet, Belgium, 9 October 1944

Sergeant D. Mills and Gunner H.W. Embree checking the gunsight of a Priest M-7…

Sergeant D. Mills and Gunner HW Embree checking the gunsight of a Priest Self-propelled gun of the Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery (RCA), France, 20 June

Infantrymen of the Lincoln and Welland Regiment and a Sherman tank of the 4th…

Canadians in Germany - Infantrymen of the Lincoln and Welland Regiment and a Sherman tank of the Canadian Armoured Division awaiting orders to go through a roadblock, Wertle, Germany, 11 April

Infantrymen of “D” Company, Royal Regiment of Canada, examine equipment taken…

Canadians in Germany - Infantrymen of D Company, Royal Regiment of Canada, examine equipment taken from surrendering German soldiers during the advance from Hatten to Dingstede, Germany, 24 April

Infantrymen of the Royal Winnipeg Rifles in a Buffalo amphibious vehicle taking…

Canadians in Germany - Infantrymen of the Royal Winnipeg Rifles in a Buffalo amphibious vehicle taking part in Operation VERITABLE en route from Niel to Keeken, Germany.

Officers of the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada discussing tactics. July 8, 1944…

Caen - Carpiquet - Officers of the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada discussing tactics.

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