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From Quebec to Pretoria with the Royal Canadian Regiment

From Quebec to Pretoria with the Royal Canadian Regiment

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Published by W. Briggs in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada. -- Canadian Army. -- Royal Canadian Regiment.,
  • South African War, 1899-1902 -- Regimental histories -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby W. Hart-McHarg.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 74531
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination4 microfiches (156 fr.)
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17489829M
    ISBN 100665745311

    History. Many of the units and batteries of the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery are older than the Dominion of Canada itself. The first artillery company in Canada was formed in the province of Canada (New France) in Volunteer Canadian artillery batteries existed before but their history is mostly unknown. Seven batteries of artillery were formed after the passage of the. (Special Service), Royal Canadian Regiment shipping out of Quebec on 30 October, on the board the S.S. Sardinian which touched at the Canary Islands before continuing south. He recorded his voyage and subsequent service in South Africa in a series of letters home and in a journal that appeared in Le livre d'or (The Golden Book) of the.

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    From Quebec to Pretoria with the Royal Canadian Regiment; Heroes of the Boer War; History of the war in South Africa, maps vol. 1; History of the war in South Africa, maps vol. 2; History of the war in South Africa, maps vol. 3; . The Royal Canadian Regiment, Canadian Active Service Force was created as a component of the 1st Canadian Division and embarded for the United Kingdom on 18 December On 14 June , it took part in the abortive move to the Continent as part of the 2nd British Expeditionary Force, and made it as far inland as Laval before being ordered.


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hart mcharg. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. The Royal 22nd Regiment (R22R; French: Royal 22 e Régiment) is an infantry regiment of the Canadian colloquially in English as the Van Doos (representing an anglicized pronunciation of the French number twenty-two, vingt-deux) or in French as le Vingt-deuxième, the mostly francophone regiment comprises three Regular Force battalions, two Primary Reserve battalions, and a band.

The carrier with army personnel and supplies for UNEF slipped her lines on 29 December to the accompaniment of a rendition of "Auld Lang Syne" given fortissimo by three bands, HMCS Stadacona, the Royal Canadian Artillery and the pipes and drums of the Royal Highland Regiment.

The 2nd was to distinguish it from, and yet connect it with, the battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment of Infantry which formed part of the permanent military force of the Dominion. On 30th October the battalion, strong, under Colonel W D Otter, sailed from Quebec on the Sardinian, and on the 29th November the ship arrived at Cape.

When recruiting in October,at the various company depots was completed and the 2nd (Special Service) Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment, mobilized at Quebec, the Queen's Own Rifles was found to have supplied, from past and present members, Lt.-Col.

Otter, Commanding; the Second in Command, Major Lawrence Buchan; the Officer. In the name of the Regiment was once again changed, becoming known by its present distinctive title of The Royal Canadian Regiment.

Ina special Banner, given by His Majesty King Edward VII to commemorate the Regiment's services in South Africa, was presented at Ottawa on October 4th, by His Excellency the Governor-General, Lord Minto. DT H3 - From Quebec to Pretoria: with the Royal Canadian Regiment; DT H3 - South Africa and the Boer-British war: comprising a history of South Africa and its people, including the war of and DU S3 - Pacific Voyages; selections from Scots magazine, DA C86 - Our Conservative and Unionist statesmen.

The Fighting Newfoundlander: A History of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment (St. John's: Government of Newfoundland, ) pp. Return to footnote 12 referrer. Footnote Farran, Major Roy, The History of the Calgary Highlanders, (Calgary: Bryant Press, ) p. Return to footnote 13 referrer.

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Records of The Royal Canadian Rifles By Rick Roberts, Global Genealogy In response to a significant and growing problem of desertions of enlisted men during the 's, the British established the Royal Canadian Rifles in Upper Canada beginning in The initial name of the regiment was The Royal Canadian Veterans Regiment.

A large plaque on the wall of the Quebec Armoury commemorates those who lost their lives in Hong Kong. Tanguay was involved in the Royal Rifles of Canada from untiland was the last commandant of the regiment from to The Royal Rifles were retired from the Canadian Army in The regiment subsequently mobilized as an armoured car regiment, The Royal Canadian Dragoons (Armoured Car Regiment), CASF, on 21 September It was initially earmarked to serve in the 5th Canadian Armoured Division and embarked for Britain on 13 November For instance, there are contemporary accounts such as Stanley McKeown Brown's With the Royal Canadians (published in ), W.

Hart McHarg's From Quebec to Pretoria with the Royal Canadian Regiment (published in ) and Thomas Guthrie Marquis's Canada's sons on kopje and veld (published in ). The Royal Rifles of Canada was a rifle regiment in the Canadian Army and fought alongside the Winnipeg Grenadiers in the Battle of Hong Kong during World War II.

The unit was formed in as the 8th Battalion and renamed the 8th Regiment in It was reformed alongside the Les Voltigeurs de Québec in Its recruiting areas included the Eastern Townships, Quebec City and Gaspé.Built from tothe Citadelle of Quebec is North America’s only historic fortress that is still militarily active.

It is also the largest military installation of its kind on the continent. It serves at the headquarters of the Canadian Forces’ sole French-language regular force infantry regiment, the Royal 22eRégiment.

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