Throughout its history, Canada has been called upon to contribute to major armed conflicts around the world.
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Flight Officer Archibald Harold Frederick McNeil was born in Saskatchewan and joined the Royal Canadian Air Force in May 1940.
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The Bolingbroke bomber was the Canadian version of the Bristol Blenheim IV light bomber, built by the Fairchild Aircraft Company of Longueuil, Quebec.
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Billy Bishop was Canada's greatest flying ace during the First World War.
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John Showler earned his flying spurs in 1938 by crashing his newly purchased DH 60 Moth biplane into the ice of Lake Winnipeg.
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The British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, BCATP, was one of Canada’s major contributions to the Second World War.
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The Governor General's Horse Guards is a reserve regiment of volunteer citizen soldiers whose illustrious history dates to 1822.
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The Chrysler Corporation of Canada provided a wide variety of specialized vehicles during the Second World War.
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I was visiting the museum on Remembrance Day in this painting.
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Despite fears for their own safety, the Royal Family continued to live at Buckingham Palace throughout the Second World War as a gesture of solidarity with the British people.
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The Battle of Kapyong was a United Nations defensive action fought during the Korean War between April 21-25, 1951.
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Bill and Margaret Howard shared a life that valued public service, integrity and hard work.
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Maurice was a law student at Osgoode Hall in Toronto, Ontario and was also a member of the Argonaut Rowing Club and the West End YMCA.
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Allan Barr served in England and France with the British Army, first as a cadet in the Artists’ Rifles and then as a Lieutenant in the 1/1st Monmouthshire Regiment.
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General Sir Arthur Currie was Commander-in-Chief of the Canadian Corps during the First World War, and is considered Canada’s greatest military commander.
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Major General "Rocky" Rockingham began his military career in 1935 as a Lieutenant in the Canadian Scottish Militia Regiment.
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This painting is dedicated to our daughter Lindsay Rachel Giacomelli who died on March 18, 2005 at the age of 20 years.
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Today, we take it for granted that women have the same opportunities as men, but there was a time when women were not regular members of the Canadian Armed Forces.
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In 1946, the Avro Canada company was awarded the contract to develop a new twinjet, radar-equipped, all-weather interceptor for the RCAF.
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When the First World War was over, 32 nations had fought on both sides of the conflict.
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