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Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada troops in slit trenches, 8 Apr. 1945, Holten, Netherlands.

Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada troops in slit trenches, 8 Apr…

Ortona - Troops from The Loyal Edmonton Regiment shelter in a ravaged building while getting grenades ready for throwing.

Ortona - Troops from The Loyal Edmonton Regiment shelter in a ravaged building while getting grenades ready for throwing.

Civilians greet Canadian troops of the Fort Garry Horse and the Régiment de Maisonneuve, 9 Apr. 1945, Rijssen, Netherlands

Civilians greet Canadian troops of the Fort Garry Horse and the Régiment de Maisonneuve, 9 Apr. Rijssen, The Netherlands.

British paratroopers in a trench with a No. 76 wireless set. Heldon Netherlands 3rd January 1945. [OS] [800x785]

© IWM (B British airborne troops man a trench with a No. 76 wireless set at Heldon in Holland, 3 February

Troops from the 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment man trenches in the front line in Holland, 25 November 1944.

NOV 26 1944 US Infantry Regiment on the ‘watch on the Roer’ Troops from the Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment man trenches in the front line in Holland, 25 November

Private Thomas Hawkins, Royal Canadian Regiment, digging a slit trench near Motta, Italy, 3 October 1943. (item 1)

Private Thomas Hawkins, Royal Canadian Regiment, digging a slit trench near Motta, Italy, 3 October (item

German prisoners captured by Canadian troops of 1st Battalion, North Shore Regiment, Langrune-sur-Mer, 7 June 1944.

German prisoners captured by Canadian troops of Battalion, North Shore Regiment, Langrune-sur-Mer, 7 June

Personnel of 'D' Company, Regina Rifles, occupying forward position, Normandy, 8-10 june 1944.

Canadian Soldiers of The Regina Rifles Regiment occupy a forward position in Normandy 10 June 1944 ×

Troops of the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada regiment dug in near Carpiquet, with support from a M4 Sherman tank, 6 june 1944.

[Photo] Troops of the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada regiment dug in near Carpiquet, Normandy, France with support from a M4 Sherman tank, 6 Jun 1944

[Photo] Troops of the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada regiment dug in near Carpiquet, Normandy, France with support from a Sherman tank, 6 Jun 1944

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