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Canadians Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 58 pictures in our Canadians collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


British Military Recruitment Poster - Inter-war period Featured Print

British Military Recruitment Poster - Inter-war period

The Prince of Waless Leinster Regiment Royal Canadians. Recruits are wanted for this regiment famous in War and Sport. Colour chromolithograph recruitment poster, 1920 (c). Published by Gale and Polden Limited, Wellington Works, Aldershot, 1920 (c). Shows colours, badge, battle honours, two privates in full dress, another in service dress, with inset black and white photographs of pipers, tug of war and boxing teams and hockey. Date: 1920

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

The Three Musketeers - Canadian sharpshooters, WW1 Featured Print

The Three Musketeers - Canadian sharpshooters, WW1

"The Three Musketeers" of Princess Patricia's Own (Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry) firing from a mound with a fine view of the German first line trenches. The men stayed in position for hours opening up brisk fire on the unsuspecting enemy, killing nine or ten German soldiers. They kept the enemy at bay until nightfall after which they retired to the trenches -the only casualty being a slight bullet wound to the finger of one. Note the men in the waterlogged trench making attempts to drain it. Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Captain Critchley and his three sons, WW1 Featured Print

Captain Critchley and his three sons, WW1

A Canadian contingent, a patriotic family party for the front - Captain O. A. Critcheley, a Canadian with a large ranch in Alberta pictured with his three sons, who had all patriotically come to Britain to serve in the First World War. From left to right are Mr W. R. Critchley, who was running a machine gun detachment in an infantry battalion, Captain A. C. Critchley, Captain O. A. Critchley and Mr J. A. Critchley, all of Strathcna's Horse. Captain A. C Critchley and Mr J. A. Critchley were in the Canadian Regulars and played in their regimental polo team. Captain Alfred Cecil Critchley went on to found the Greyhound Racing Association in Britain, and was a popular member of society, known as Critch. His father became steward of the organisation. Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans