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British Hudson Bay Company warship trading with the Canadian Eskimos

British Hudson Bay Company warship trading with the Canadian Eskimos

Cavalry and Tanks at Arras by Lieutenant Alfred Bastien (1918) / In July and August 1918 Lieutenant Bastin was attached as an artist to the Canadian 22nd Battalion. 1y

Canadian Cavalry and Tanks at Arras In July and August 1918 Lieutenant Bastin was attached as an artist to the Canadian Battalion. The Art of World War One in 52 Paintings

Stretcher Bearers in a Trench  Painted by Richard Mathews in 1918 Artist Richard Mathews was commissioned as an officer in the Canadian Expeditionary Force and attached to the Medical Corps.  Beaverbrook Collection of War Art CWM 19710261-0833

Stretcher Bearers in a Trench Painted by Richard Mathews in 1918 Artist Richard Mathews was commissioned as an officer in the Canadian Expeditionary Force and attached to the Medical Corps. Beaverbrook Collection of War Art CWM

Sopwith Triplane Raymond Collishaw, by Taras Shtyk

1917 Sopwith Triplane 8 Naval Squadron Robert Alexander Little - Taras Shtyk - box art Roden

The Black Watch, the 42nd Highlanders at the Battle of Ticonderoga on 8th July 1758 in the French and Indian War

The Black Watch, the Highlanders at the Battle of Ticonderoga on July 1758 in the French and Indian War

Gray Wall by Don Troiani  In late 1864, a battle line of Confederates of the Army of Tennessee, fight against overwhelming odds as Union troops ascend.

The Gray Wall by Don Troiani. It depicts a Confederate Battle line in the Western Theater during the latter part of the war. Not any specific engagement but typical of hundreds.

1759, les Britanniques escaladent les falaises pour arriver sur le terrain des Plaines d'Abraham  //  The Battle of Quebec 1759

The Battle of Quebec 1759

Battle of Lake George. French forces attack the British camp at Lake George on 8th September 1755, with regular troops of the Languedoc and La Reine regiments firing by platoons while Canadians and Indians fire from the cover of the trees. (Graham Turner)

Battle of Lake George. French forces attack the British camp at Lake George on September with regular troops of the Languedoc and La Reine regiments firing by platoons while Canadians and Indians fire from the cover of the trees.

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