Canadian Military History Gateway
Resource Type > Image > Map
Date > 1900
The Canadian ministry of Militia and Defence was established in 1868. The country was originally divided by the ministry into nine Military Districts. Additional districts were added later on.
Three maps that show the location of the Battle of Leliefontein and the movement of British, Canadian, and Boer troops between 9am and 11am on November 7, 1900, near Belfast, South Africa.
Canadian War Museum
Map of Dieppe shows landing positions of Canadian troops.
Veterans Affairs Canada
This map shows the Allied advance from the Normandy landings to the push through northwestern Europe and into Germany.
This map covers the areas of Belgium and France where most fighting on the Western Front occurred as well as the Armistice Line.
Shows a map of the positioning of troops involved in the Battle of Paardeberg, South Africa, February 18, 1900.
This map shows the path of the First Canadian Army as it advanced through northern France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany between D-Day and the German surrender. The white arrows show the Canadians, while other allied forces are shown by red arrows. (Canadian Department of National Defence)
Sicily was the site of the first substantial Canadian campaign on land during the Second World War.
Two maps showing where "E" Battery of the Royal Canadian Field Artillery fought the Battle of Faber's Put, South Africa.
A map of the Korean theatre of war.