Frank Proctor grew up in a coal mining town near
Durham, England, came to Saskatchewan to work in the
grain harvest, enlisted in the Regina Rifles on the
outbreak of war, trained in Canada and England, landed
in Normandy on D-Day, fought through France and Holland
to Germany, returned to Canada and moved to Mission,
B.C., where he raised his family and operated his own
business until retirement to the beauty of his art.
Read this gripping first hand account by a Canadian
infantryman of his personal experiences in the tremendous
events resulting in the liberation of Europe.