General H.D.G. Crerar, General Officer Commanding-in-Chief First Canadian Army, cutting the ribbon to open the Walsh Bridge, the longest (1286 feet) Canadian Bailey bridge in the world, built by the Royal Canadian Engineers (R.C.E.), Mook, Netherlands, 26 February 1945

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    Hierarchical level:
    Item
    Date:
    February 26, 1945.
    Item no. (creator):
    47028
    Type of material:
    Photographs
    Found in:
    Archives / Collections and Fonds
    Item ID number:
    3209668
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    Context of this record:
  • Date(s):
    February 26, 1945.
    Place of creation:
    Netherlands
    Extent:
    1 photograph ; 4 x 5 in
    Negative Film B/W - safety film
    Language of material:
    English
    Scope and content:
    Photograph taken in Mook, Netherlands
    Additional name(s):
    Finding aid no.:
    24-513P-ARMY
    Additional information:
    Series added entry:
    Army
    Subject heading:
    Source:
    Government
    Other system control no.:
    DAPDCAP14224
    Other accession no.:
    1967-052 NPC
  • Conditions of access:
    Terms of use:
    Credit: Lieut. Barney J. Gloster / Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada / PA-145699
    Restrictions on use: Nil
    Copyright: Expired

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