The Fallen. A D-Day Tribute in Arromanches, France for those who died in Operation Neptune, June 6, 1945. Nine thousand silhouettes in the sand.

A heartbreaking tribute.

British artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss. The Fallen. A D-Day Tribute in Arromanches, France for those who died in Operation Neptune, June Nine thousand silhouettes in the sand.

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Peter Corlett, Man in the mud. For Australians, the horrific face of modern battle was first seen during the First World War. History and WWI

Fallen Canadian Soldiers Come Home. When a fallen soldier is repatriated onto Canadian soil the precession travels from Trenton Ontario to Toronto Ontario along a stretch of HWY 401 that has been re-named Highway of Heroes. Supporters gather on overpasses, on-ramps, and along the side of the highway to salute, applaud, stand silent, or otherwise show their support.

Fallen Canadian and British Soldiers Come Home

Fallen Canadian Soldiers Come Home. When a fallen soldier is repatriated onto Canadian soil the precession travels from Trenton Ontario to Toronto Ontario along a stretch of HWY 401 that has been re-named Highway of Heroes.

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Image of Recruitment poster. First World War - Enlist! New Names in Canadian History : recruitment campaign. Library & Archives Canada: Soldiers of WWI info

a battle of Normandy map where the British had the battle of sword and gold, the Americans had Utah and Omaha and the Canadians had Juno beach

" D-Day ", June, The unloading was a success, although 10 000 soldiers have been killed. 6 000 Americans soldiers and 4 000 Canadian and British soldiers.

A Canadian Soldier suffering from Mustard Gas burns during WW1 also referred to as The Great War.

A Canadian soldier hospitalized with mustard gas burns - Found via The Passion of Former Days. The gas could make you blind and lose skin. This is the oranigally photo of a solider face after he got surrounded by mustard gas.

3rd Canadian Infantry Division - The Canadians assault on Juno Beach in 1944 was one of the most brilliant military campaigns of WWII. This division stormed the wide-open beaches and overcame machine-gun strongholds, beach mines and fierce hand-to-hand combat to secure three French towns. They advanced the furthest inland than any other Allied troops.  The 3rd Infantry Division helped the Canadians move up the coast into Belgium and the Netherlands, eventually liberating Amsterdam.

D-Day, Juno Beach - Reinforcements going ashore from a (LCA) Landing Craft Assault from H. Prince Henry off the Normandy bridgehead.

Protecteurs de nos foyers (protectors of our homes) - French Canadian WW2 poster. #vintage #WW2 #1940s #propaganda #Canada

WWII French Canadian recruitment for Air Raid Wardens -- Protecteurs de nos foyers (protectors of our home)

Canadian veteran of the Normandy D-Day invasion Windsor Macdonald, 84, of Moncton, N.B., visits for the first time the grave of his brother 65 years after he was killed, at the Canadian war cemetery in Beny-sur-Mer June 5, 2009.  (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)  Some 156,000 Allied troops landed in France on June 6, 1944, while an estimated 10,000 were left dead, wounded or missing.  At Omaha Beach alone, 3,881 soldiers died.

D-Day veterans recall World War Two turning point

Canadian veteran visits the grave of his brothers for the first time after 65 years.

Monument to Fallen (Korean War Memorial), Ottawa, Canada.  This is a replica of…

Monument to Fallen (Korean War Memorial), Ottawa, Canada. This is a replica of the monument that stands in the United Nations Memorial Cemetery in Busan (formerly Pusan), Korea

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