On the weekend of October 13-14th, 2012, The Atlantic Canadian WWII Living History Association went to the Halifax Citadel once again, to commemorate the anniversary of the Canadian lead battle for the Scheldt estuary.
We had our members dressed up as soldiers of the various nations during WWII.
As well, we had various items, gear, and weapons the Allied and Axis forces employed during the war, that the public could look at.
The weather was quite chilly but I was thankful that I was wearing the Canadian wool battledress I always wear to events, which definitely helped fight the cold.
Although it was a chilly weekend, we were visited by so many people and it was definitely easy to tell they thoroughly enjoyed the display.