The final space inside the War Museum is Lebreton Gallery, which houses a large assortment of vehicles and equipment, both Canadian and international, from centuries ago to the present day. Items include panels which go into detail on them.
In the foreground we have a German one man submarine from the Second World War. It has some distinctive history of its own in how it came to be here.
This is a tank that's been converted; it deploys a big ramp for river crossings.
On a wall are these plaques that once were in the flagship store in Toronto for the Eaton's company. They commemorate employees who served and died in both world wars.
Mounted above everything is a Canadian Voodoo fighter jet.
There is a pair of models here of the ground during the Battle of Passchendaele in World War One, absolutely pounded by months of artillery fire. It includes a moment of history and bravery that led to a Victoria Cross.
Holmes' extraordinary act is shown here, though he's easier to see when you're right there as opposed to in a photograph.
For today I finish off with these.