Blackie Levers and crew of C-Sqdr. South Alberta Regiment, Royal Canadian Armoured Corps, after their tank was knocked out by a Teller mine. Taken in NE Holland in Levers holds a 'liberated' German Machine Pistol.
STAGE TO TUCSON - Rod Cameron - Wayne Morris - Kay Buckley - Sally Eilers - Carl Benton Reid - Based on novel by Frank Bonham - Produced by Harry Joe Brown - Directed by Ralph Murphy - Columbia Pictures - Publicity Still.
Trooper K. Kosak, of Winnipeg's The Fort Garry Horse, shows a Dutch citizen photos from home. This picture is proof of the friendly relationship that quickly sprang up between Canadian soldiers, welcomed as liberators, and Dutch civilians
the battle of scheldt - This picture is a primary credible source because i found it on a historical website. Canada was responsible for freeing Scheldt in Belgium, more than 6000 Canadian soldiers died liberating Scheldt. Canada had a huge role in this battle, this battle was planned and executed my the Canadian forces. This changed the way Canadians lived because 6000 soldiers died, friends and families were impacted greatly by this event.
Food negotiations begin. German and Canadian negotiators arrive at a schoolhouse, where they secretly discuss supplying food to the starving Dutch people still in German-held areas, 30 April Achterveld, Netherlands.