Mr. Dussault in Cove (England) in January 1941.Herménégilde Dussault
Company Sergeant-Major Dussault (kneeling with a map), 19, during a platoon tactical exercice in Cove (England) in February 1941.Herménégilde Dussault
Mr. Dussault (left) in a German Stalag with fellow prisoners of war, all dressed with clothes provided by the Red Cross. M. Dussault and many of the soldiers of Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal were captured by the Germans following the disastrous raid on Dieppe on August 19th 1942.Herménégilde Dussault
Dead Canadian soldiers on the Dieppe Beach. Note to the left, just above the standing German soldier, the pillbox that might have contained a machine gun firing in an enfilade fire on the Canadian troops.
Abandonned equipment and dead Canadian soldiers on the beach during the disastrous Dieppe Raid of August 19th, 1942.