Military Museums - A March through the past

© Brian D. Watters

Military Museums - A March through the past

Kevin Burns 4/25/2005 7:16:16 AM

Cool!! It took me a while to see every thing in this picture. I am sure there is more in this picture to find.
Well done!! #240843

Bryan Yates 4/25/2005 12:58:53 PM

I love it! Well done! I really like this!!! #1290598

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This is a combination of several images I took at the London, Ontario, Royal Canadian Regiment Military Museum. The main scene containing the manikin soldiers, depicts World War II Italy. The building in the background is a distorted panorama of the horseshoe shaped museum itself, built in 1886 as a barracks for Canada's' Senior serving regular force Infantry regiment, The Royal Canadian Regiment, which is still active today. The road wheels visible in the foreground is from a WWII Tank that sits outside the Museum, and the Medal grouping is from one of Canada's' first Para-troopers.

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