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Private R.W. Hansen of The Loyal Edmonton Regiment (Canada) watches warily down a street of San Leonardo Di Ortona covered by German fire. Jan. 1944.

The Moro Valley - Private R. Hansen of The Loyal Edmonton Regiment watches warily down a road of San Leonardo Di Ortona covered by German fire.

A Sherman tank of "A" Squadron, Ontario Regiment, crossing a stream near Colle d'Anchise, Italy, 26 October 1943. a204149-v6

A Sherman tank of "A" Squadron, Ontario Regiment, crossing a stream near Colle d'Anchise, Italy, 26 October

June 7 1944 Canadian troops inland in Normandy

1 -Soldiers taking cover in Normandy a lot of Canadians died it opened up an understanding of how to attack germany

African American`doughfoots' of the 92nd Infantry (`Buffalo') Division pursue the retreating Germans through the Po Valley in Northern Italy. 909,000 black Americans were selected for duty in the Army during World War II however members of the African American 92 Infantry were the only ones that engaged in combat. Most African American conscripts were assigned to segregated construction, supply units or performed more unpleasant duties such as grave registration

Colorized images show the Allied invasion as you've never seen it

African American`doughfoots' of the Infantry (`Buffalo') Division pursue the retreating Germans through the Po Valley. German forces in Italy have since capitulated unconditionally, May 1945

Infantry of the Essex Scottish Regiment guarding one of the main streets of Groningen, Netherlands, 14 April 1945.jpg (117.66 KiB) 1371 keer bekeken

Infantry of the Essex Scottish Regiment guarding one of the main streets of Groningen, Netherlands, 14 April 1945.jpg (117.66 KiB) 1371 keer bekeken

Canadians near Groningen, The Netherlands, 14 April 1945.

“ World War II Photograph, “Essex Scottish Regiment.” ” Infantrymen of The Essex Scottish Regiment lying in a ditch to avoid German sniper fire en route to Groningen, Netherlands, 14 April.

Members of the Pioneer Platoon of The Royal Canadian Regiment watering their mules near Regalbuto, Italy, August 4, 1943

Members of the Pioneer Platoon of The Royal Canadian Regiment watering their mules near Regalbuto, Italy, August 1943 / Des membres du peloton de pionniers du Royal Canadian Regiment abreuvent leurs mules près de Regalbuto (Italie), le 4 août 1943

WW2 No 18 British Wireless Radio set. Infantrymen of The Loyal Edmonton Regiment operating a No. 18 wireless set outside Regimental Headquarters, Ortona, Italy, December 21, 1943

No 18 British Wireless Radio set. Infantrymen of The Loyal Edmonton Regiment operating a No. 18 wireless set outside Regimental Headquarters, Ortona, Italy, December 1943

Russian Infantry firing back at the Germans....

signalman alexander ilchenko of the guards rifle regiment, guards rifle division uses the field telephone during street fighting in the voronezh area. ilchenko was reported killed in action in

Forward Observation Post of “B” Battery, 1st Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery. Near Potenza, Italy, September 24th 1943. (L-R): Gunner Chuck Drickerson (rangefinder), Gunner Jim Tulley (field telephone), Regimental Sergeant-Major G. Doug Gilpin (binoculars), Captain George E. Baxter (map board) and Gunner Hugh Graham (radio). Photograph by Lieutenant Alex M. Stirton.

Forward Observation Post of “B” Battery, Field Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery. Near Potenza, Italy, September

Private Thomas Hawkins, Royal Canadian Regiment

Private Thomas Hawkins, Royal Canadian Regiment

Ortona - The team from The Loyal Edmonton Regiment who dug out Lance Corporal Boyd.

Ortona - The team from The Loyal Edmonton Regiment who dug out Lance Corporal Boyd.

Italy (Misc.) - Private J.A. Robb of The Loyal Edmonton Regiment looking through a shell hole in the foundation of a building, Colle d’Anchise, Italy, 27 October 1943.

Robb of The Loyal Edmonton Regiment looking through a shell hole in the foundation of a building, Colle d’Anchise, Italy, 27 October

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