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All sizes | Soldier from the 14th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, counting out shells to be fired on D-Day, June 4, 1944 / Soldat du 14e Régiment de campagne, Artillerie royale canadienne, comptant des obus pour le Jour J, 4 juin 1944 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

This year is the anniversary of D-Day, which saw Canadian troops storm the beaches of Normandy. June 1944 was the day of the greatest amphibious assault in human history and marked the.

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Destroyed Jagdpanther of the schwere Panzerjäger-Abteilung 655 March inspected by Canadian Soldiers

Bombardier A.E. Hollings of the 4th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, oils his rifle; Ossendrecht, Netherlands - 23 October 1944

Bombardier A. Hollings of the Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, oils his rifle;

Sergeant V.D. Miller of the 1st Rocket Battery, Royal Canadian Artillery (R.C.A.), holds three different sizes of spoilers used to regulate the speed of rockets fired from the Landmattress rocket launcher during firing trials near Helchteren, Belgium, 29 October 1944. Library and Archives Canada MIKAN 3601147

Sergeant V.D. Miller of the 1st Rocket Battery, Royal Canadian Artillery (R.C.A.), holds three different sizes of spoilers used to regulate the speed of rockets fired from the Landmattress rocket launcher during firing trials near Helchteren, Belgium, 29 October 1944. Library and Archives Canada MIKAN 3601147

WW1 Canadian troops with the latest in steel helmets use a spyglass to check on…

Canadian troops with the latest in steel helmets use a spyglass to check on…

US Marine Jesse Goin leva seu cão para a frente, durante a Batalha de Kwajalein, no Pacífico, Ilhas Marshall. Em 9 de fevereiro de 1944. A foto foi tomada pelo fotojornalista George Strock do departamento da "LIFE". Colorizado por Tom Marshall em PhotograFix 2015.

US Marine Jesse Goin carries his dog towards the front, during the Battle of Kwajalein, on the Pacific Marshall Islands. 9 February The photo was taken by ‘LIFE’ Magazine’s photojournalist George Strock. Colourised by Tom Marshall at PhotograFix 2015

Sergeant R.A. Garbutt of the 19th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery (R.C.A.), showing shrapnel holes in the radiator of his vehicle made by a German 88mm. anti-tank gun in Normandy, France, 16 June 1944.

Sergeant R. Garbutt of the Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery (R.), showing shrapnel holes in the radiator of his vehicle made by a German anti-tank gun in Normandy, France, 16 June

Gun crew with the Priest M-7 self-propelled gun A3 "The Wacky Seven" of the 19th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery (R.C.A.), France, July 1944. (item 1)

Gun crew with the Priest self-propelled gun "The Wacky Seven" of the Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery (R.

Members of the Royal Canadian Artillery fire on an enemy position near Nissoria, Sicily, in July 1943. PHOTO: JACK H. SMITH, LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA--PA151748

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Members of the Royal Canadian Artillery fire on an enemy position near Nissoria, Sicily, in July 1943. PHOTO: JACK H. SMITH, LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA--PA151748

8 Weird Ideas and Inventions from World War II

8 Weird Ideas and Inventions from World War II

American GIs, some with german equipment pose atop monster German railway gun shortly after the Normandy landings, June-July

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Brig.-Gen. A.G.L. McNaughton, Commander, Canadian Corps Heavy Artillery

Brig.-Gen. A.G.L. McNaughton, Commander, Canadian Corps Heavy Artillery

Tankers of the 1 Division in exercises with the Churchill tank.

Tankers of the 1 Division in exercises with the Churchill tank Canadian.

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