Princess Anne presents Maya Tomkiewicz with the Duke of Edinburgh's Award during a ceremony held at the Chateau Laurier. Assignment - 118956 Photo taken at on November (Wayne Cuddington/ Ottawa Citizen)
British Helmets and Other Equipment in World War II
This is primary evidence of 2 Canadian nurses and 2 Canadian soldiers. The image shows the arrival of 2 paratroopers getting treated by the Princess Mary Royal Air Force Nursing Service in June 16, 1944. Compared to WW1 where women were expected to take care of the children, women have won rights and are seen participating in WW2.
Royal Winnipeg Fusiliers Manitoba Dragoons Brigade, Division Canadian Infantry Organization of the military was a key to keeping order and being effective on the battlefield. This organization seen can relate to the organization of the reflecting country.
A Canadian sniper was able to take out an ISIS fighter who had targeted Iraqi troops at just over miles away. He and his spotter’s names were not released for “operational security” reasons. It is a world record for a confirmed kill shot.