Personnel at a 1st Canadian Army Headquarter’s captured vehicle park, examining a Goliath remote control vehicle developed by Borgward for the German Army. Apeldoorn, Netherlands, 12 June 1945. (L-R): Major A.G. Sangster, Lance-Corporal D. Boyle, Sergeant W. Farwell
Gunners of “B” Troop, 5th Battery, 5th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, firing a 25-pounder (11.4 kg) gun. (L-R): Sergeant Jack Brown, Bombardier Joe Wilson, Gunners Lyle Ludwig, Bill Budd, George Spence and Bill “Scotty” Stewart.
Location: Malden, Netherlands
Date: February 1, 1945.
Juno Beach, late on D-Day.
Men of the 3rd Canadian Infantry fighting in the streets of Campochiaro, Italy 23 Nov 1943
Canadian soldier manning a Bren LMG in France, WW2.
A wounded soldier is treated for a headwound on the battlefield near Caen, July 15, 1944, note the bullet damage to his helmet and the corresponding bandage on his head.
The Devil’s Brigade, also known as the First Special Service Force (FSSF), was a joint US/Canadian force formed during the Second World War in response to the need for a specially-trained unit capable of unique or “special” operations.
American soldiers on Omaha Beach recover the dead after D-Day 1944 by Walter Rosenblum
Canadian soldiers fixing bayonets - WW1.