First World War: Life in the Trenches - "Every day our defences were leveled. Every night we would crawl out, after long hours spent flat on our stomachs, covered to the neck in mud and blood, and endeavour to repair the damage. Every night we lost a few men, every day we lost a few men." - Harold PeatFirst World War: Soldier Guides Wounded Comrade Second World War: Destruction on the Beaches of Dieppe Second World War: Caring for the Injured - Nursing Sister Lieutenant B. Rankin administers a blood transfusion to a wounded soldier in Montreuil, France, 10 September 1944.
Second World War: Canadian Landing at D-Day
Peacekeepers: The Birth of Peacekeeping - Lester B. Pearson was the driving force behind the creation of the United Nations peacekeeping force. Here, United Nations Emergency Force (UNEF) personnel continue on patrol in Egypt as part of mission during the 1956 Suez Crisis.
Conflict in Afghanistan: Rebuilding Education - Sergeant Mariangeles Najlis meets with Afghans to help transform a former Soviet military base in Kabul into a school for 1,100 children.