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D-Day Landing Sites Then And Now: 11 Striking Images That Bring The Past And Present Together - Where Canadian troops once patrolled in 1944 after German forces were dislodged from Caen, shoppers now walk along the rebuilt Rue Saint-Pierre in Caen, which was destroyed following the D-Day landings.

D-Day Landing Sites Then And Now: 11 Striking Images That Bring The Past And Present Together - Where Canadian troops once patrolled in 1944 after German forces were dislodged from Caen, shoppers now walk along the rebuilt Rue Saint-Pierre in Caen, which was destroyed following the D-Day landings.

Canadian troops celebrate news of Boer surrender at the Battle of Paardeberg,Feb 27,1900 . This painting by R. Caton Woodville, entitled "The Dawn of Majuba Day" depicts the jubilation in that forward Canadian trenchline on hearing of the Boer surrender. (source:via RegimentalRogue)  Note the RCR on the canteen for the Royal Canadian Regiment who made the advance.

Canadian troops celebrate news of Boer surrender at the Battle of Paardeberg,Feb 27,1900 . This painting by R. Caton Woodville, entitled "The Dawn of Majuba Day" depicts the jubilation in that forward Canadian trenchline on hearing of the Boer surrender. (source:via RegimentalRogue) Note the RCR on the canteen for the Royal Canadian Regiment who made the advance.

Canadian troops stranded on their amphibious vehicle east of Nijmegen by flooding wait to be rescued during World War II, 1945. The flooding was caused by bombing of the dykes. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Canadian troops stranded on their amphibious vehicle east of Nijmegen by flooding wait to be rescued during World War II, 1945. The flooding was caused by bombing of the dykes. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Under Jade Helm, Canadian Troops Will Help Enforce Martial Law on Americans | 4.21.15 | "The enormity of Jade Helm is beyond comprehension and I do not feel that we have yet hit bottom." "Nearly everyone I speak with in the Independent Media have a very similar feeling of foreboding. The warnings and dire predictions are no longer warnings and predictions, they are now our stark reality."

Under Jade Helm, Canadian Troops Will Help Enforce Martial Law on Americans | 4.21.15 | "The enormity of Jade Helm is beyond comprehension and I do not feel that we have yet hit bottom." "Nearly everyone I speak with in the Independent Media have a very similar feeling of foreboding. The warnings and dire predictions are no longer warnings and predictions, they are now our stark reality."

German prisoners captured by Canadian troops at Langrune sur Mer, Normandy, France, 7 Jun 1944 (Imperial War Museum)

German prisoners captured by Canadian troops at Langrune sur Mer, Normandy, France, 7 Jun 1944 (Imperial War Museum)

Canadian troops en route to a rest period after taking part in the capture of Vimy Ridge, May 1917

Canadian troops en route to a rest period after taking part in the capture of Vimy Ridge, May 1917

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