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Lieutenant Gilbert A. Milne of the Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve, holding a Fairchild K20 camera. / Le lieutenant Gilbert A. Milne, de la Réserve des Volontaires de la Marine royale du Canada, tient un appareil-photo Fairchild K20 by BiblioArchives / LibraryArchives, via Flickr

Wartime photographers, Lieutenant Gilbert A. Milne of the Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve, holding a Fairchild camera. England, June Photograph by Lieutenant Richard G.

First Special Service Force, The Devil's Brigade, (Unidentified sergeant of the First Special Service Force, wearing the distinctive USA-CANADA spearhead shoulder title, Anzio beachhead, Italy, 20 April 1944.)  Read more: http://histomil.com/viewtopic.php?f=338&t=3918&start=1240#ixzz3SXKzy41A

A sergeant of Canadian Special Service Force at Anzio, Italy, 20 Apr note US-Canada shoulder patch. (Library and Archives Canada), pin by Paolo Marzioli

Canadian Cameraman WW2

In Search of a Missing Combat Camera

Lieutenant Frank L. Dubervill of the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit, holding an Anniversary Speed Graphic camera, England, 11 May 1944. (item 1)

Other pinner says: "Lieutenant Frank L. Dubervill of the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit, holding an Anniversary Speed Graphic camera, England, 11 May

People flood the streets of London and celebrate the Victory in Europe at the Piccadilly Circus in London, England, May 8, 1945. (Photo: Ronny Jaques/BiblioArchives / LibraryArchives/CC BY 2.0)

Victory in Europe Day, 70 Years Later

Canadian soldiers and members of the Canadian Women's Army Corps (C.) buying flags to wave in V-E Day celebrations, London, England, 8 May 1945 ~

Canadian Army, Normandie, Armed Forces, Ww2, Cinematography, Cameras, Photoshoot, Military, Canada

Lou Marr of Daysland, Alberta was a naive farm girl when she joined the RCAF Women's Division in 1943 and trained as a photographer.

Lou Marr of Daysland, Alberta was a naive farm girl when she joined the RCAF Women's Division in 1943 and trained as a photographer.

Fighting the Second World War with their cameras Q&A with historian Dan Conlin, author of War Through the Lens: The Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit 1941-1945

Canada's war history through the lens of the army photo unit

Fighting the Second World War with their cameras Q&A with historian Dan Conlin, author of War Through the Lens: The Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit

Title / Titre :  Armed Canadian soldier escorting a German prisoner who was captured during the raid on Dieppe, England, August 19, 1942 /   Soldat canadien armé escortant un prisonnier allemand capturé pendant le raid sur Dieppe, Angleterre, 19 août 1942  Creator(s) / Créateur(s) : Unknown / Inconnu   Date(s) :  August 19, 1942 / 19 août 1942   Reference No. / Numéro de référence : MIKAN 3592340     collectionscanada.gc.ca/ourl/res.php?url_ver=Z39.88-2004…

An unidentified Canadian soldier armed with an Thompson machine gun is shown escorting a German prisoner captured during Operation Jubilee, the Dieppe raid.

Sergeant L.G. Clarke, a cameraman with the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit, south of Nijmegen, Netherlands, 10 February 1945. LAC PA-184971

Sergeant L. Clarke, a cameraman with the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit, south of Nijmegen, Netherlands, 10 February LAC

War correspondent Charles Lynch talking to Rifleman Albert Jesson during the attack on the German airport at Carpiquette. 4 July 1944

Correspondent Charles Lynch talking to Rifleman Albert Jesson during the attack on the German airport at Carpiquet. 4 July Library and Archives Canada MIKAN 3227173

Lieutenant Donald I. Grant of the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit, who holds an Anniversary Speed Graphic camera, England, 11 May 1944. Library and Archives Canada MIKAN 3524310

Lieutenant Donald I. Grant of the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit, who holds an Anniversary Speed Graphic camera, England, 11 May Library and Archives Canada MIKAN 3524310

vintage everyday: Beautiful Color Pictures of Canadian Women's Army Corps during World War II

Karen Hermiston, the first woman photographer in the Canadian Army with a Speed Graphic camera ~

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