WWII-era Canadian "Skink" anti-aircraft tank based on Sherman chassis

Canadian troops in Apeldoorn, Netherlands with No.38 Wireless Mk II

Canadian troops in Apeldoorn, Netherlands with Wireless Mk II - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Infantrymen of The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada who are wearing British winter camouflage clothing on patrol near Nijmegen Netherlands 22 January 1945.

Infantrymen of The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada who are wearing British winter camouflage clothing on patrol near Nijmegen Netherlands 22 January 1945.

Infantrymen  of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada in the Kuesten Canal bridgehead in northern Germany 26 April 1945.

Infantrymen of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada in the Kuesten Canal bridgehead in northern Germany 26 April 1945.

Canadian soldiers inspect an SAU German "Jagdpanther" tank, disabled with artillery fire from the 6th Regiment of the Royal Canadian Army near Klever Reichswald. It was the location of the Battle of the Reichswald, North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany between the Rivers Rhine and Maas at the Dutch/German border (Operation Veritable), in February and March, 1945.

Jagdpanther SdKfz 173 - Canadian soldiers inspect a German Jagdpanther, artillery anti-tank Regiment Royal Canadian Army in the Reichswald on March The Jagdpanther (hunting panther) was a tank destroyer built by Nazi Germany during World W

2nd Forward Observation Unit (Royal Artillery), 1st Canadian Centaur Battery (Royal Canadian Artillery) and other airborne sub-units

Forward Observation Unit (Royal Artillery), Canadian Centaur Battery (Royal Canadian Artillery) and other airborne sub-units

Le soldat J. Boehm du régiment de la Regina Rifle en position dans les ruines de Zyfflich en Allemagne, le 9 février 1945.

Canadians in Germany - Rifleman J. Boehm of the Regina Rifle Regiment in position among the ruins of Zyfflich, Germany, 9 February

The Netherlands - Infantrymen of C Company, The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada, gathered around a slit trench in the woods near Holten, Netherlands, 8 April 1945. (L-R): Privates E. Cain and Fred Cribley, Lance-Corporal Bill Curtis, Private Gord Bussey.

The Netherlands - Infantrymen of C Company, The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada, gathered around a slit trench in the woods near Holten, Netherlands, 8 April 1945. (L-R): Privates E. Cain and Fred Cribley, Lance-Corporal Bill Curtis, Private Gord Bussey.

Stuart Recces of the 5th Canadian Armored Division, newly transferred from the Italian Front, 27 March 1945

Stuart Recces of the Canadian Armored Division, newly transferred from the Italian Front, 27 March 1945

Ram Kangaroo.JPG (1024×768)

Ram Kangaroo.JPG (1024×768)

Canadian troops in Deventer, Netherlands 1945

Canadian troops in Deventer, Netherlands 1945

Canadian Army transit camp, with soldiers awaiting passage for Britain and then back home, somewhere in The Netherlands, 1945. Profile:Harold Colquhoun #ww2 #vintage

Canadian Army transit camp, with soldiers awaiting passage for Britain and then back home, somewhere in The Netherlands, 1945. Profile:Harold Colquhoun #ww2 #vintage

Canadians in Germany - Wounded infantry being helped back to cover. Hatten (South of), Germany, 22/23 Apr. 1945.

Canadians in Germany - Wounded infantry being helped back to cover. Hatten (South of), Germany, Apr.

The Canadian Ram Kangaroo

The Canadian Ram Kangaroo

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