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“Wait For Me Daddy,” by Claude P. Dettloff, October 1, 1940: A line of soldiers march in British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother’s hand to reach out for his father

“Wait For Me Daddy,” by Claude P. Dettloff, October 1, 1940: A line of soldiers march in British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother’s hand to reach out for his father

"Wait for me, Daddy" is one of the most famous Canadian pictures of the Second World War. It was taken October 1st, 1940, in New Westminster, British Columbia by Claude Dettloff.

Awesome Pictures: Wait for me, Daddy

"Wait for me, Daddy" is one of the most famous Canadian pictures of the Second World War. It was taken October 1st, 1940, in New Westminster, British Columbia by Claude Dettloff.

Peace activists setting up for a demonstration at a war memorial in Victoria, British Columbia - I took this photo because of its sheer irony, but that's Canada for you: we have a rich military history that we are proud of, yet as a general whole, we prefer a peaceful resolution to conflict.

Peace activists setting up for a demonstration at a war memorial in Victoria, British Columbia - I took this photo because of its sheer irony, but that's Canada for you: we have a rich military history that we are proud of, yet as a general whole, we prefer a peaceful resolution to conflict.

https://www.facebook.com/CanadaRemembers/photos/a.186987155662.160435.177183000662/10153108033840663/?type=1 Lieutenant-General Sir Arthur Currie was named commander of the Canadian Corps in June 1917. This British Columbia resident had served in the militia before the war. His impressive contributions to the great Canadian success at the Battle of Vimy Ridge in April 1917 helped earn him this position of high command. Photo: Library and Archives Canada PA-001370 #WorldWars

https://www.facebook.com/CanadaRemembers/photos/a.186987155662.160435.177183000662/10153108033840663/?type=1 Lieutenant-General Sir Arthur Currie was named commander of the Canadian Corps in June 1917. This British Columbia resident had served in the militia before the war. His impressive contributions to the great Canadian success at the Battle of Vimy Ridge in April 1917 helped earn him this position of high command. Photo: Library and Archives Canada PA-001370 #WorldWars

Sidney Allinson presented a talk about Bantam Battalions of the Great War at Fort Rodd Hill Military Re-enactment event, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Sidney Allinson presented a talk about Bantam Battalions of the Great War at Fort Rodd Hill Military Re-enactment event, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Sidney Allinson presented a talk about Bantam Battalions of the Great War at Fort Rodd Hill Military Re-enactment event, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Sidney Allinson presented a talk about Bantam Battalions of the Great War at Fort Rodd Hill Military Re-enactment event, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

A First Nations woman spreads ashes from burning sweet grass around the war memorial at Victory Square during Remembrance Day ceremonies in Vancouver, British Columbia November 8, 2012. The ceremony honoured native veterans who served in the Canadian military past and present. (Andy Clark/Reuters)

A First Nations woman spreads ashes from burning sweet grass around the war memorial at Victory Square during Remembrance Day ceremonies in Vancouver, British Columbia November 8, 2012. The ceremony honoured native veterans who served in the Canadian military past and present. (Andy Clark/Reuters)

Sidney Allinson presented a talk about Bantam Battalions of the Great War at…

Sidney Allinson presented a talk about Bantam Battalions of the Great War at…

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