ALLIED VICTORY ON D-DAY

"Cross-Channel Attack"

CANADIAN THIRD DIVISION IN NORMANDY

Canadian 3rd Division: Order of Battle

Canadians in Normandy Picture File

HISTORIAN'S TALE

"Victory Campaign": Normandy landings

"Victory Campaign": Failure at Le Mesnil-Patry

Canadians on Juno The overall picture in a brief narrative from War Chronicle.

RECORDS AND REPORTS BY ARMY PERSONNEL

Winnipeg Rifles D-Day War Diary

EXCERPTS FROM REGIMENTALS

Little Black Devils: Winnipeg Rifles regimental 6 and 7 June 1944.

Queen's Own Rifles of Canada regimental From 6 June to 2 July 1944.

Queen's Own Rifles Picture File

Regina Rifles regimental From 6 June to 30 July.

REUNION

Photos from the 60th anniversary of D-Day reunion: the Royal Regina Rifles Regiment: June 4-6, 2004.

SOLDIER'S TALE

Doug Hester D-Day vet of the Queen's Own Rifles.

Colonel Charles Dalton, B Co., QOR, commander on D-Day obituary, 1999

Glenn Dodsworth Dickin, Regina Rifles, killed on D-Day

2ND CANADIAN ARMOURED BRIGADE IN NORMANDY

HISTORIAN'S TALE

First Hussars Regimental Normandy: Part One

First Hussars Regimental Normandy: Part Two

SOLDIER'S TALE

Bill McCormick recollections McCormick's troop of the First Hussars made the deepest penetration of all forces on D-Day.