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A group of Canadian airmen or part of the aircrew.

A group of Canadian airmen or part of the aircrew.

Tulips from Amsterdam - Canadian flower lovers.  Canadian soldiers of an antitank unit, Netherlands, 1945.

Tulips from Amsterdam - Canadian flower lovers. Canadian soldiers of an antitank unit, Netherlands, 1945.

Canadian troops on Juno Beach, D-Day. They sacrificed and sustained tremendous casualties.

Canadian troops on Juno Beach, D-Day. They sacrificed and sustained tremendous casualties.

England, May 17, 1944, two Canadian snipers with their amazing camouflage holding!

England, May 17, 1944, two Canadian snipers with their amazing camouflage holding!

On August 19 1942 Canadian troops of the 2nd division were the major part of the raid on Dieppe. Of the 5000 Canadian troops that went to fight about only 2000 returned to England, nearly 1000 had died and 2000 had been taken prisoner. Later when Canadians landed in Sicily as part of the Eighth army on the 10th of July 1943, 500 more Canadians lost their lives.

On August 19 1942 Canadian troops of the 2nd division were the major part of the raid on Dieppe. Of the 5000 Canadian troops that went to fight about only 2000 returned to England, nearly 1000 had died and 2000 had been taken prisoner. Later when Canadians landed in Sicily as part of the Eighth army on the 10th of July 1943, 500 more Canadians lost their lives.

Bemused (and possibly deafened) Italians look on as Pipers of the (48th  Highlanders of Canada pipe Canadian liberators into Campobasso, Italy, 18 October, 1943.

Bemused (and possibly deafened) Italians look on as Pipers of the (48th Highlanders of Canada pipe Canadian liberators into Campobasso, Italy, 18 October, 1943.

Infantrymen of The Highland Light Infantry of Canada aboard LCI(L) 306 of the 2nd Canadian (262nd RN) Flotilla en route to France on D-Day, 6 June 1944.

Infantrymen of The Highland Light Infantry of Canada aboard LCI(L) 306 of the 2nd Canadian (262nd RN) Flotilla en route to France on D-Day, 6 June 1944.

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