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A good example of the North Nova Scotia Highlanders Canada in near mint condition, paste back.
Founded in 1936 as The North Nova Scotia Highlanders (M.G.) by the amalgamation of the Cumberland Highlanders, The Colchester and Hants Rifles, and 'C' Company, 6th Machine-Gun Battalion, it acquired its present title in 1941. The regiment landed on Juno beach on D-Day,
A near mint Toronto Scottish cloth title, paste back.
Until the end of the war in 1945, the Toronto Scottish Regiment fought under many commands in various countries while supporting several units. In 1945, when the war had finally come to an end, the Regiment had earned a total of 21 Battle Honours, one of which was awarded for bravery in the Dieppe Raid.
Scarce British made Seaforth Regiment of Canda cloth title.
Early example in near mint condition.
Took part in the Invasion of Sicily and Italy in 1943, March 1945 joined Operation Goldflake for the northwestern Europe campaign.
Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada Cloth Title. Early example with paste back in near mint condition.
A good early Calgary Highlanders of Canada Cloth Title. Paste back and in near mint condition.
A good early Black Watch RHR of Canada cloth title in near mint condition
A 48th Highlanders of Canada cloth title in mint condition.
The regiment is allied with the British Army's Royal Regiment of Scotland - formerly the Highlanders (Seaforth, Gordons and Camerons) (formerly the Gordon Highlanders). The relationship with the Gordon Highlanders represents the oldest officially sanctioned regimental alliance in the Commonwealth and small unit exchanges are conducted frequently.
A blackened Royal Rifles of Canada cap badge with two lugs.
Measures 2 1/8" x 1 3/4"
A good Canadian Paratrooper Wing in near
Removed from uniform all good - priced each have 2 in stock
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