Canadian Military History Gateway
Organization > National Defence
Subject > Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders > Roles and Professions > Peacekeeper
Canadian military personnel evacuating a wounded United Nations soldier in Bosnia, 1994. (DND, 94-501A-4)
This reconstruction by Ron Volstad shows a Canadian 'Blue Beret' serving with the United Nations peacekeeping forces in Cyprus, circa 1975. (Canadian Department of National Defence)
These Canadian APCs seen at the Sarajevo airport are serving with the United Nations in Bosnia during the 1993 siege of the city. (Canadian Department of National Defence, 93-5381)
Proceedings of the XXI st Colloquium of the International Commission of Military History, Quebec City, 20-26 August 1995. Includes papers in English, French, German and Spanish. Includes bibliographical References.
Canadians serving with the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) are seen at a UN Observation Post. (Canadian Department of National Defence, ZK-2049)
The case of the death of Lieutenant-Colonel George Alfred Flint exposes some of the risks associated with Canada's UN peacekeeping role.
Serving with the United Nations, this man stands in front of the presidential palace in Port au Prince, Haïti, 1996. (Canadian Department of National Defence, 96-815)
These Canadians are on the roof of the building that served as United Nations Forces HQ in Leopoldville/Kinshasa, Congo/Zaire, 1961. (Canadian Department of National Defence, ZK-1905)
It is sometimes forgotten that many Canadian soldiers deployed on United Nations missions have young families. (Canadian Department of National Defence, 94-390)
Nurse Gagné is caring for injured children in a makeshift dispensary during the genocide in Rwanda, 1994. (Canadian Department of National Defence, 95-1239)