Children celebrate the surrender of the remaining German forces in the Netherlands with their Canadian liberators, May 5 1945

Jeep: Children celebrate the surrender of the remaining German forces in the Netherlands with their Canadian liberators, May 5 1945

Canadians liberate the Dutch. More than 7000 Canadians died in the Netherlands during WW2

The Liberation of the Netherlands - Dutch civilians and Canadian Army troops celebrating the Liberation. 7 May 1945 / Utrecht, Netherlands. Credit: Alexander M. of National Defence/Library and Archives

Shermans with extra track protection against the german Panzerfaust.

British Shermans fitted with track links in a local modification to improve their protection, Holland long-barrelled (and deadly) 17 pdr Firefly variant on the left, issued on a scale of one per Troop.

Liberation of Holland. A Jeep loaded with celebrating people holding a Dutch flag riding alongside the 'Nieuwe Kerk'-church to Dam square, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. May 8, 1945.

May 1945 World War II. Liberation of Holland. A jeep loaded with celebrating people holding a Dutch flag riding alongside the "Nieuwe Kerk"-church to Dam square, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

German soldier is attacked and arrested by Dutch citizens on the Rokin, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. (1945)

A German soldier is attacked by a group of Dutch civilians and members of the Dutch Resistance on the Rokin in Amsterdam during the liberation of the city from the German garrison as the Canadian Army rolled into the city.

Hunger Winter 1944 - 1945. Dutch family in Amsterdam sitting around a stove while woman cuts up sugar beets. More than 20,000 people lost their lives in Amsterdam and the Western part of the Netherland during the winter of 1944-1945. #amsterdam #worldwar2

Hunger Winter 1944 - Dutch family in Amsterdam sitting around a stove while woman cuts up sugar beets. More than people lost their lives in Amsterdam and the Western part of the Netherland during the winter of

Liberation of Harderwijk by Canadian troops (April 18th, 1945)

On May the Netherlands was finally liberated from the occupation of Nazi Germany. Here are some iconic Dutch liberation day photos

Members of the Dutch resistance guard fellow countrymen accused of collaborating with the Germans during the occupation.

Dutch Collaborators with the Nazis rounded up by Dutch troops

A soldier looks down the approach road to the bridge at Arnhem, scene of bitter fighting during the previous September, 15 April 1945.

A soldier looks down the approach road to the bridge at Arnhem, scene of bitter fighting during the previous September, 15 April

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