Robert Brett, a Canadian veteran of the First World War, was sailing in the British merchant navy during the Second World War and took part in the Miracle of Dunkirk, evacuating British and other Allied soldiers to safety.
Gwendoline Green would marry a Canadian serviceman after meeting him in her native Britain, and cross the ocean after the war to start a new life.
This was her outfit on her wedding day.
Here we have a guidebook written for British women who found themselves marrying Canadians, introducing them to some of the customs and ways of life they might expect after the war when they would be in a new world.
From the personal touch to the epic, the Battle of Britain, one of the pivotal moments of the Second World War. Canadians were part of the fight against the Luftwaffe.
One of them was Bill Sprenger, a pilot whose luck would run out.
Here we have a letter to his sister and his Memorial Cross.
The Battle of The Atlantic lasted the longest of the war. Canadians were heavily involved throughout.
Officer and war artist Harold Beament was part of that campaign.
Burial At Sea is one of his works.