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CANADIAN FORCES IN WORLD WAR II

Canadian World War II Statistics
European operations
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THE ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE
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THE PLATES
A1: Private, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry; 1st Canadian Division, UK, December 1939
A2: Private, Veterans' Guard of Canada; winter dress, 1940-45
A3: Despatch rider, Royal Canadian Dragoons (1st Armoured Car Regiment); Italy, 1943
B1: Private, Royal Rifles of Canada or Winnipeg Grenadiers; Hong Kong, December 1941
B2: Private, Régiment de Hull, 13th Infantry Brigade; Kiska, Aleutians, 1943
B3: Sergeant, Calgary Regiment (14th Armoured Regiment), 1st Army Tank Brigade; Dieppe, 19 August 1942
C1: Private, Royal 22e Régiment, 1st Infantry Division; Sicily, July 1943
C2: 2nd Lieutenant, Ontario Regiment (11th Armoured Regiment), 1st Armoured Brigade; Italy, summer 1944
C3: Sergeant, Loyal Edmonton Regiment, 1st Infantry Division; Italy, winter 1943-44
D1: Private, First Special Service Force; Anzio, Italy, 1944
D2: Lance-Corporal, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, 1st Provost Company; Italy, 1943-45
D3: Private, 1st Canadian Parachute Bttalion; NW Europe, 1944-45
E1: Captain, South Alberta Regiment (29th Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment), 4th Armoured Division; NW Europe, 1944-45
E2: Private, Régiment de Maisonneuve, 2nd Infantry Division; NW Europe, winter 1944-45
E3: Private, Highland Light Infantry of Canada, 3rd Infantry Division; Normandy, June 1944
F1: Pilot Officer fighter pilot, RCAF; England, 1940-41
F2: Air gunner, bomber crew, RCAF; England, 1942-44
F3: Flight Lieutenant fighter pilot, RCAF; NW Europe, late 1944
G1: Lieutenant, Royal Canadian Navy, 1941-45
G2: Seaman, Royal Canadian Navy, Arctic convoys, 1941-45
G3: Signals rating, Royal Canadian Navy, working dress, 1943-45
H1: Volunteer, Canadian Women's Army Corps; UK, 1942-45
H3: Aircraftwoman, Royal Canadian Air Force Women's Division, 1942-45

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