May 18, 1945

Ordered this morning to open an Infectious Wing and we are joined today by the Exhaustion Unit. We certainly have some sized unit now. Today three boys from the 2nd Light Field Ambulance from Italy dropped in for a visit. They were in my section and are spending a few days with us.

 Sergeant A.H. Calder of the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit, who carries a camera and tripod, examining one of the German miniature two-man submarines discovered in a shipyard at Kiel, Germany, 18 May 1945.  LAC.

Sergeant A.H. Calder of the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit, who carries a camera and tripod, examining one of the German miniature two-man submarines discovered in a shipyard at Kiel, Germany, 18 May 1945. LAC.

 Sergeant A.H. Calder of the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit filming the bomb-damaged Krupp shipyard at Kiel, Germany, 18 May 1945.  LAC.

Sergeant A.H. Calder of the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit filming the bomb-damaged Krupp shipyard at Kiel, Germany, 18 May 1945. LAC.

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About Rob Alexander

I am a writer, photographer and historian and the author of The History of Canmore, published by Summerthought Publishing of Banff, AB.

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