Canadian Second World War Propaganda Posters & Sketch's. - Canada at War Forums

This French Canadian propaganda poster depicts Hitler cowering under the army planes overhead, with the slogan: ``When?

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My grandfather fought in the RCAF in Britain during the war, so did his brothers and many other relatives and friends his age - Fly & Fight with the RCAF Propaganda poster

Fly Fight with the RCAF. #vintage #Canada #1940s #WW2

My grandfather fought in the RCAF in Britain during the war, so did his brothers and many other relatives and friends his age - Fly & Fight with the RCAF Propaganda poster

To Victory! #Canada #UK #vintage #WW2 #1940s #propaganda #posters

A famous Canadian propaganda poster from world war It shows a personification of Canada [The Beaver] fighting side by side with Britain [The Lion] hitting veins of patriotism throughout the Nation, but especially those of British descent.

May, 1945, Liberation of The Netherlands by Canadian Troops. Thank you, Canada!

"In fact, thanks Oh Canada for so much sacrifice during this global conflict. Such valuable allies." KB May, Liberation of The Netherlands by Canadian Troops. Thank you, Canada!

The Victory Nickel is a Canadian coin produced between 1943 and 1945. The design of the coin was intended to promote the Canadian war effort during World War II. The coin was designed by Thomas Shingles, Master Engraver of the Royal Canadian Mint. The rim of the reverse side of the coin bears the message "We Win When We Work Willingly" in Morse code.

The Victory Nickel is a Canadian coin produced between 1943 and The design of the coin was intended to promote the Canadian war effort during World War II. The coin was designed by Thomas Shingles, Master Engraver of the Royal Canadian Mint. The rim

Vintage National War Finance Committee poster. #vintage #WW2 #1940s #Canada #propaganda

Come on Canada! Vintage National War Finance Committee poster encouraging Canadian to buy Victory Bonds.

Mrs. A. Mackay, shown here handling a riveting-gun, was employed during World War II in the shipyard at Pictou, Nova Scotia on the Canadian coast. January 1943.

Mackay, shown here handling a riveting-gun, was employed during World War II in the shipyard at Pictou, Nova Scotia on the Canadian coast.

Love the artwork - Art Deco

adventures-of-the-blackgang: Canadian Pacific Empress of Britain 1931 Travel poster featuring the ton cruise ship Empress of Britain getting ready for her maiden voyage.

Private Gérard Doré of Quebec is considered the youngest Allied soldier who died on the Western Front, just one month short of his seventeenth birthday. Born on August 29, 1927, he left home at age 15 and enlisted in the Royal Canadian Artillery by lying about his age. About one month after D-Day, his regiment landed in Normandy and was assigned to the front. This brave young lad was killed in action and is buried in the Canadian War Cemetery at Bretteville-sur-Width in Normandy.

Private Gérard Doré of Quebec is considered the youngest Allied soldier who died on the Western Front, just one month short of his seventeenth birthday. Born on August 29, 1927, he left home at age 15 and enlisted in the Royal Canadian Artillery by lying about his age. About one month after D-Day, his regiment landed in Normandy and was assigned to the front. This brave young lad was killed in action and is buried in the Canadian War Cemetery at Bretteville-sur-Width in Normandy.

Canadian gunners looking at photographs and letters on a mountainside in Italy.

WWII: Canadian gunners looking at photographs and letters on a mountainside in Italy.

A RCAF pilot and navigator photographed in front of a Mosquito, 1944

A RCAF pilot and navigator photographed in front of a Mosquito, 1944

This picture shows the top secret base of Camp X in Ontario. This base was a training facility for new recruits who were trained for the Special Operations Executive of the British Security Coordination. This base trained allied agents in the art of secret warfare. Camp X was also home to Hydra, an organization which operated as a communication network for delivering messages between Canada, United States and Great Britain. Its isolation makes it an ideal location to keep government secrets.

Camp X was a top-secret spy training school in It trained Allies in the art of sabotage and espionage to be dropped behind enemy lines and was located in Ontario, Canada.

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