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Canadian soldiers of the Lincoln and Welland regiment in Dussen after the battle of Kapelsche veer in the Netherlands in the winter of early 1945(note the left man is a sniper).(L-R): Privates F.L Russell, J. Sneddon, Corporal R.S. Marshall)

Canadian soldiers of the Lincoln and Welland regiment in Dussen after the battle of Kapelsche veer in the Netherlands in the winter of early the left man is a sniper).(L-R): Privates F.L Russell, J. Sneddon, Corporal R.

Long Range Desert Group - pin by Paolo Marzioli

An indepth web site devoted to the weapons, equipment, and life of the Long Range Desert Group, LRDG.

Nuova Zelanda sergente Ian Thomas intento a fumare una pipa durante la campagna d'Africa in Egitto 1942. 25° Battaglione, 6° Brigata di fanteria, 2 ND NZEF. (Biblioteca Nazionale di nz ref. Da-02581-F. Oggetto #29771). ~

“ Sergeant of the New Zealand army smoking a pipe in the North African desert.

Men of No. 11 Pl, B Coy. Seaforth Highlanders of Canada, in the vicinity of Pozzo Alto, Italy at the end of August, 1944.

- Allied Infantry - Canadian: Men of No. 11 Pl B Coy Seaforth Highlanders of Canada, in the vicinity of Pozzo Alto, Italy at the end of August,

Canadian personnel celebrating the liberation of Caen. 10 July 1944, Caen

Canadian personnel celebrating the liberation of Caen.

Canadian rifleman, Private Morris J Piche of the 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, is helped to an aid station beh...

Canadian rifleman, Private Morris J Piche of the Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, is helped to an aid station behind the Korean front lines by Lance Corporal W J Chrysler during the Brigade advance in early

1944, France, Falaise, Les soldats canadiens A.Lockhart et W.Campbell dans les rues de la ville détruite

My Grandpa Campbell on the right! Canadian soldiers A. Lockhart and William Campbell on the area of ​​the destroyed Falaise

British soldiers in World War 1 wore Service Dress uniform with a close fitting four pocket tunic and straight leg trousers enclosed by puttees wound to just below the knee. Headgear was a peaked cap, supplemented by the Brodie or Mk1 helmet. Equipment was mostly webbing, with rifle ammunition carried in pouches with multiple pockets. Ideas for ww1 military surplus backpacks.

An official photo describing the kit of a British infantryman in Note that the gas mask ('respirator') and anti-chemical warfare cape are parts of the outfit, remnants of memories. In actual combat, and marching with full kit, the British infant

Private L.V. Hughes, 48th Highlanders of Canada, sniping German position, near Foglio River, Italy, 1944.

historicaltimes: Private L. Hughes, Highlanders of Canada, sniping German position Foglia River, Italy

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