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These are some Canadians that have landed on Juno beach during d-day. Nearly 14,000 Canadians took part in the initial d day invasion. The Canadian achievements on d-day were remarkable, by the end of the day the 3rd Canadians division was well establish on its intermediate objectives and had progressed further inland than any of the allies.

These are some Canadians that have landed on Juno beach during d-day. Nearly 14,000 Canadians took part in the initial d day invasion. The Canadian achievements on d-day were remarkable, by the end of the day the 3rd Canadians division was well establish on its intermediate objectives and had progressed further inland than any of the allies.

Photos and videos by Refugio Zamora (@rhinoz58) | Twitter

Photos and videos by Refugio Zamora (@rhinoz58) | Twitter

Grandchild of Queen Victoria - Princess Patricia of Connaught (later Lady Patricia Ramsay; 1886 – 1974) Her father was Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, the third son of Queen Victoria & Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Her mother was Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia. When she married a commoner, she voluntarily relinquished the style of Royal Highness & the title of Princess of Great Britain & Ireland & assumed the style of Lady Patricia Ramsay

Grandchild of Queen Victoria - Princess Patricia of Connaught (later Lady Patricia Ramsay; 1886 – 1974) Her father was Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, the third son of Queen Victoria & Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Her mother was Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia. When she married a commoner, she voluntarily relinquished the style of Royal Highness & the title of Princess of Great Britain & Ireland & assumed the style of Lady Patricia Ramsay

Princess Patricia of Connaught.

Princess Patricia of Connaught.

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