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51 items in this album on 3 pages.

Interior of the Ross Rifle Factory, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 1904-1905Canadian troops with Ross rifles in Canada, 1914
Interior of the Ross Rifle Factory, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 1904-1905Canadian troops with Ross rifles in Canada, 1914
Canadian troops with Ross rifles, Camp Barriefield, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 1915King George VI of the United Kingdom and Queen Elizabeth being greeted by Mayor and Mrs James Lyle Telford upon their arrival in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, May 1939
Canadian troops with Ross rifles, Camp Barriefield, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 1915King George VI of the United Kingdom and Queen Elizabeth being greeted by Mayor and Mrs James Lyle Telford upon their arrival in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, May 1939
Canadian CMP 3/4-ton 4x4 truck undergoing testing, 1941. Note early cab design with rear swinging doors, rear sloping windscreen, and traditional front fenders (wings).Men of the British Malay Regiment performing bayonet practice, Singapore, Oct 1941
Canadian CMP 3/4-ton 4x4 truck undergoing testing, 1941. Note early cab design with rear swinging doors, rear sloping windscreen, and traditional front fenders (wings).Men of the British Malay Regiment performing bayonet practice, Singapore, Oct 1941
Newly-arrived Indian Commonwealth troops at Singapore, Nov 1941British Royal Navy Rear Admiral Arthur Palliser and Admiral Sir Thomas Philips at Singapore, 2 Dec 1941
Newly-arrived Indian Commonwealth troops at Singapore, Nov 1941British Royal Navy Rear Admiral Arthur Palliser and Admiral Sir Thomas Philips at Singapore, 2 Dec 1941
Battleship HMS Prince of Wales mooring in Singapore, 4 Dec 1941Alice Minge at the John Inglis and Company factory for Vickers machine guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Battleship HMS Prince of Wales mooring in Singapore, 4 Dec 1941Alice Minge at the John Inglis and Company factory for Vickers machine guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Chinese representatives visiting a Bren gun factory in Canada, 1940sChinese technicians speaking to a female Canadian Bren gun factory worker, 1940s
Chinese representatives visiting a Bren gun factory in Canada, 1940sChinese technicians speaking to a female Canadian Bren gun factory worker, 1940s
Female worker at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sFemale worker at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Female worker at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sFemale worker at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Female worker at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sFemale workers at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Female worker at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sFemale workers at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Female workers at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sNewly completed Bren gun at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Female workers at the John Inglis and Company factory for Bren guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sNewly completed Bren gun at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Newly completed Bren guns at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940sTesting a newly completed Bren gun at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940s
Newly completed Bren guns at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940sTesting a newly completed Bren gun at the John Inglis and Company factory, Toronto, Canada, 1940s

51 items in this album on 3 pages.



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