CEF - Cap Badge - 108th Canadian Infantry Battalion - Selkirk, Manitoba. WW1.
Badge of the Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force WWI, perpetuated by both the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada and the Royal Regiment of Canada
CEF - Cap Badge - 72nd Canadian Infantry Battalion - "Seaforth Highlanders" - Vancouver, British Columbia. WW1.
The bison is the symbol of Manitoba.
CEF - Cap Badge - Canadian Infantry Battalion - "Royal Highlanders of Canada" - Montreal, Quebec
CEF - Cap Badge - Cobourg Heavy Battery - Cobourg, Ontario. WW1.
CEF - Cap Badge - 107th Canadian Infantry Battalion - Winnipeg, Manitoba. WW1.
CEF - Cap Badge - 181st Canadian Infantry Battalion - "Officers" - Brandon, Manitoba. Animal is a Bobcat. WW1.
During the Great War, the Battalion (Canadians), CEF was assigned to the…
The structure on the Maple Leaf is the front gate of Upper Fort Garry.
CEF - Cap Badge - Canadian Infantry Battalion - "Vikings of Canada" - Winnipeg, Manitoba. Gimli, a town north of Winnipeg, has the largest Icelandic population outside of Iceland resulting in the Viking iconography.
This is one of the many Maple Leaf motifs used by many different battalions.
CEF 199th Battn Officer Cap Badge Irish Canadian Rangers
Cap badge of the 5th Battalion, Canadian Mounted Rifles, were a mounted infantry unit of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) during World War I. The unit was raised from volunteers of the 7th and XIth (Canadian) Hussars from the Eastern Townships of Quebec. Formed in 1915, they were transported to England later that year. In 1916, they converted to an infantry battalion attached to the 8th Canadian Infantry Brigade, 3rd Canadian Division
5th Battalion, CEF www.canadiansoldiers.com Organized: 6 August 1914 Initial Strength: 1,095 Service: Component of the 2nd Infantry Brigade, 1st Canadian Division in France and Flanders. Disbanded: G.O. 149/1920 eff 15 September 1920 Perpetuated by: The Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (Wentworth Regiment)