Carriere, David Henry, Canadian Army Medals, Second World War
|Title:||Carriere, David Henry, Canadian Army Medals, Second World War|
|Subject:||Carriere, David, Medals, Veteran|
This image is of David Henry Carriere's Canadian Army Medals from the Second World War. They are: (L to R) 1939-1945 Star, France and Germany Star, Defence Medal, War Medal 1939-1945, and the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal. These are the standard set of medals for those who volunteered in and fought with the Canadian Army in northwest Europe during the Second World War. According to Victor Demas Carriere, who granted the Gabriel Dumont Institute permission to photograph this image, his father David Henry Carriere was only 17 when he joined the Canadian Army. David enlisted because his older brother Frank had signed up and he did not want is brother to go to war by himself.
The donators, Victor Demas Carriere and Brenda (Sayese) Carriere hold copyright for these images. They can not be used for any purpose.
|Date of Copyright:||June 11, 2015|
|Coverage:||Saskatchewan, Northwest Europe|
|GDI Media Filename:||Carriere, David Henry, Canadian Army Medals.jpg|
Related CategoriesVeterans, Family Name
Carriere, David Henry