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After a series of fierce battles, Canadians finally seized Falaise on 16 August 1944 (courtesy Library and Archives Canada/PA-131233).

Frigate in North Atlantic - Depth charges explode astern a frigate in the North Atlantic, January 1944 (courtesy Library and Archives Canada/Lawrence/DND/PA-133246).

Major J. M. Figott and members of his company of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry kneeling at the graves of Canadian soldiers killed at Dieppe on 19 August 1942. Dieppe, France, 1 September 1944. #vintage #WW2 #1940s #soldiers

Members of the Connaught’s Own Rifles bidding farewell, New Westminster, BC, June 1940 (courtesy Library and Archives Canada/C38723).

Québec Conference, 1943 - US President F.D. Roosevelt, Canadian PM W.L.M. King and British PM Winston Churchill at Québec, August 1943 (courtesy Library and Archives Canada/C-14170).

Snipers in Liri Valley, Itay. Snipers of the Royal 22e Régiment in the Liri Valley, Italy. (L-R) Private Amalie Dionne, Lance-Corporal Paul Fortin, Privates Henri Thibault, Guste Bernier, Harry Gilman, Robert Riral. (Courtesy of Library and Archives Canada, PA-117835.)

1944- Smiling German soldier guarded by Canadian soldier after his capture "somewhere" in France.

German troops, under Canadian super­vision, hand over equipment, May 9, 1945. [PHOTO: MICHAEL M. DEAN, LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA—PA134394]...

A Canadian soldier obtains information from a German officer and a soldier, May 11, 1945. [PHOTO: ALEXANDER STIRTON, LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CA...

A Canadian soldier during the battle of Arnhem September 1944