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Dedicated to the Canadian Forces . To remind all Canadians that they serve where our elected officials elect to send them. They do this under codes of Honour and integrity for the best interests of their fellow Canadians . They do this unwaveringly with the idea that their Government send them in Harm's way under these premises. In return we cannot forget their dedication and ultimately self sacrifice. It is our duty as Canadian citizens to in return to not let them down .

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Hitler visiting the Canadian War Memorial, at Vimy Ridge, France. Hitler so respected & revered the Canadian soldier after fighting them in WWl that he gave orders not to bomb the Canadian Memorial. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, Scary Names, Historia Universal, World War One, Paris, World History, Military History

Hitler visiting the Canadian Vimy Memorial, 1940. [977x1183]

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"Don't ever think that the reason I am peaceful is because I forgot how to be violent." Grunt Style

A weary Canadian Paratrooper rests in a slit trench: Juno Beach, Varaville, Normandy, June Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, British Army, Battle Of Normandy, D Day Normandy, Normandy Ww2, Ww2 History, Military History

Juno Beach, a weary 1st Canadian Paratrooper takes a rest in a slit trench. Varaville, Normandy. June 6, 1944

A soldier with the Canadian Infantry Division guards German POWs on Juno Beach in Basse-Normandie, France after the Allied Normandy landings. Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, British Army, Battle Of Normandy, D Day Normandy, Normandy France, Normandy Invasion, D Day Photos

Juno Beach - 1944 Juno Beach was one of the most successful operations on D-Day. Within 24 hours, Canadian forces had pushed their way further through German defences than their American or British counterparts. The largest amphibious invasion in human history relied on three countries to save the world from Nazi rule, and Canada was there to play its part. More than 5,000 of them were killed by the end of the Normandy campaign.

Dispatch rider Private H. McDowell of the Highlanders of Canada delivering a message. / Le soldat et estafette H. McDowell, des Highlanders of Canada, livre un message. Canadian Army, British Army, British Commandos, British Motorcycles, Vintage Motorcycles, Highlanders, Military History, World War Two, Sicily

Dispatch rider Private H. McDowell of the 48th Highlanders of Canada delivering a message... / Le soldat et estafette H. McDowell, des 48th Highlanders of Canada, livre un message...

Title / Titre : Dispatch rider Private H. McDowell of the 48th Highlanders of Canada delivering a message to the battalion’s advanced headquarters, Regalbuto, Italy, August 4, 1943 / Le soldat et estafette H. McDowell, des 48th Highlanders of Canada, livre un message au quartier général avancé du bataillon à Regalbuto (Italie), le 4 août 1943 Creator(s) / Créateur(s) : Lieut. Jack H. Smith Date(s) : August 4, 1943 / 4 août 1943 Reference No. / Numéro de référence : AMICUS…

The Pipe Band of the Seaforth Highlanders of Canada and the Lorne Scots (who did not have their own pipes & drums with them) taking part in the Changing of the Canadian Corps Guard ceremony, Rocca, Italy, 1 March Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, British Soldier, World War One, In This World, Scottish Warrior, Man Of War, Men In Kilts

Soldiers of the Seaforth Highlanders of Canada and the Lorne Scots taking part in the Changing of the 1st Canadian Corps Guard ceremony, Rocca, Italy, 1 March 1944. Stirton, Alexander Mackenzie, 1915-, Photographer

Insignia for the First Special Service Force (aka, "The Black Devils"), a combined U.-Canadian force that was the predecessor of the Green Berets and the Special Operations Regiments. Canadian Army, Canadian History, American Fighter, Tac Gear, Green Beret, Military Police, Military History, Armed Forces, World War Two

The Devil's Brigade (also called The Black Devils and The Black Devils' Brigade and Freddie's Freighters, officially the 1st Special Service Force), was an elite, joint World War II American-Canadian commando unit organized in 1942. The modern American and Canadian special operations forces trace their heritage to this unit.

"Old Soldiers Never Die - They Dig! And Fade Away Into A Slit Trench." Two Canadian soldiers of the Army's GHQ "Phantom" Regiment, a special reconnaissance unit, dig slit trenches in Normandy, France, History Online, World History, World War Ii, Ww2 History, Modern History, Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, British Army, Canadian History

Scanning WWII: The Arnett Institute's WWII Scanning Project

Scanning WWII is an awareness endeavor of the Arnett Institute's WWII Scanning Project, working to help digitize WWII records in the National Archives before they turn to dust!

Sgt Peter Kowalski and Jonny Canuck, the Canadian Parachute Battalion's mascot who jumped into Normandy on D-Day with the Battalion. He Was So Eager To Go, He Pulled His Handler Out With Him. Dog Soldiers, Canadian Soldiers, Canadian Army, Canadian History, Military Dogs, Military Photos, Military History, An Officer And A Gentleman, War Dogs

Sgt Peter Kowalski and Jonny Canuck, the 1 st Canadian Parachute Battalion's mascot who jumped into Normandy on D-Day with the Battalion. He Was So Eager To Go, He Pulled His Handler Out With Him. (They Both Landed Safely). (Photo: 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion Association)

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