First world war -- Canadian soldiers in trenches. My father fought in the second World War - where they also dug trenches. War is hell.
A Canadian soldier shakes hands with an Afghan boy during a joint patrol with Afghan National Army troops near Panjwaii village, Kandahar province,in July 2007
In Flanders Fields the poppy grew. Wear your poppies proud. I will.
Bamburgh Castle located on the beautiful coastline
Wait for Me, Daddy - One of the most famous Canadian photographs of WWII.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
Wounded, but smiling soldiers enjoy a cup of soup after being treated. DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE
World War I - 1914 Pattern British Equipment
Augustus John OM, ‘A Canadian Soldier’ 1918. Don't forget, many soldiers are barely more than children.
WWII Canadian Soldiers William Rodgers I Cut MY WAY Knife Eskimo Knife Antique Sheath Knife John Clarke & Sons Made in Sheffield England by BiminiCricket on Etsy
Some of the first troops to enter Caen, France, pose with local inhabitants outside wrecked shops, 9 July 1944. Photo by Sgt. Christie, No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit