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12e Régiment Blindé du Canada

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30th Regiment (BC Horse)
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Algonquin Regiment
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Régt de Hull
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Royal Canadian Dragoons
Royal Canadian Mounted Rifles
Saskatchewan Dragoons
Sherbrooke Regiment
South Alberta Light Horse
Strathcona's Horse
Toronto Light Horse
Toronto Mounted Rifles
Windsor Regiment

Infantry Regiments 1900-1919
Dawson Rifles
GGFG
Kootenay Rifles
PPCLI
Royal Canadian Regiment
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Infantry Regiments 1920-2000
1st British Columbia Regiment
1st BC Regt (D. of Conn.'s Own)
Algonquin Regiment
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
Black Watch (RHR) of Canada
BC Regt (D. of Conn's Own Rifles)
Calgary Highlanders
Calgary Regiment
Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa
Canadian Airborne Regiment
Canadian Scottish Regiment
 Canadian Fusiliers (C of L Regt)
Canadian Guards
Canadian Grenadier Guards
Cape Breton Highlanders
Carleton and York Regiment
Elgin Regiment
Essex Scottish
Essex & Kent Scottish
 Fusiliers de Sherbrooke
Fusiliers Mont Royal
Fusiliers du St. Laurent
48th Highlanders of Canada
Gov Gen Foot Guards
Grey & Simcoe Foresters
Halifax Rifles
Hastings and Prince Edward Regt
Highland Fusiliers of Canada
Highland Light Infantry of Canada
Irish Fusiliers
Irish Fusiliers of Can (Vancouver R.)
Irish Regiment
Irish Regiment of Canada
Kent Regiment
King's Own Rifles of Canada
Lake Superior Regiment
Lincoln and Welland Regiment
Loyal Edmonton Regiment
Lorne Scots
Midland Regiment
Mississauga Regiment
New Brunswick Rangers
New Brunswick Scottish
North Nova Scotia Highlanders
North Shore (New Brunswick) Regt
North Waterloo Regiment
Oxford Rifles
Perth Regiment
Peterborough Rangers
Pictou Highlanders
PPCLI
Prince Albert and Battleford Voltrs
Princess Louise Fusiliers (MG)
Prince Rupert Regiment
Princess of Wales' Own Regiment
Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders
Queen's Own Rifles of Canada
Queen's Rangers (1st Am. Regt.)
Queen's York Rangers (1st Am. R.)
 Régiment de la Chaudière
 Régiment de Chateauguay
Régiment de Levis
 Régiment de Maisonneuve
Régiment de Montmagmy
 Régiment de Saguenay
Régiment de St. Hyacinthe
 Régiment de Québec
Regina Rifle Regiment
Rocky Mountain Rangers
Royal 22e Regt
Royal Canadian Regiment
Royal Highlanders of Canada
Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada
Royal Regiment of Canada
Royal Regina Rifles
Royal Hamilton Light Infantry
Royal Montreal Regiment
Royal New Brunswick Regiment
Royal Newfoundland Regiment
Royal Rifles of Canada
Royal Scots of Canada
Royal Winnipeg Rifles
Saskatoon Light Infantry
Scots Fusiliers of Canada
S, D and G Highlanders
Seaforth Highlanders of Canada
South Alberta Regiment
South New Brunswick Regiment
South Saskatchewan Regiment
Toronto Regiment
Toronto Scottish Regiment
Vancouver Regiment
Victoria Rifles of Canada
Voltigeurs de Quebec
Waterloo Regiment
Westminster Regiment
West Nova Scotia Regiment
West Toronto Regiment
Winnipeg Grenadiers
Winnipeg Light Infantry
York Rangers
 Yukon Regiment

5th Battalion, CEF

The 5th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force was a unit raised for service in the First World War.

History

The 4th Canadian Infantry Battalion organized at Valcartier under Camp Order 241 dated 2 September 1914. The battalion was raised from recruits raised in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.1

 

The battalion, along with the others of the original Canadian contingent, formed at Valcartier, trained on Salisbury Plain, and then saw action in every major Canadian battle of the war in France and Flanders.


Commanding Officers included Lieutenant-Colonel G.S. Tuxford, who was succeeded by Lieutenant Colonel H.M. Dyer, DSO on 6 January 1916. Sergeant Raphael L. Zengel, MM, was awarded the Victoria Cross for actions near Warvilliers on 9 August 1918.

5th Battalion, CEF

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)

The battalion sailed for the UK from Quebec City on 26 September 1914 aboard S.S. Lapland,  disembarking on 17 October 1914 with a strength of 44 officers and 1094 other ranks. The battalion went to France on 13 February 1915 as a component of the Canadian Division (later 1st Canadian Division), serving in the 2nd Infantry Brigade. The battalion moved to England from France on 24 March 1919, disembarked in Canada on 18 April 1919,  demobilized on 24 April 1919, and officially disbanded by General Order 149 of 15 September 1920. As part of the Otter Committee recommendations, the battalion was officially perpetuated by The Saskatoon Light Infantry, which was later amalgamated into The North Saskatchewan Regiment.2

Stewart lists the battalion as being affiliated with the 65th Battalion, and the 5th Battalion was eventually reinforced by the 15th Canadian Reserve Battalion.

The battalion had  King's Colour and a "battle flag", which were transferred to The Saskatoon Light Infantry in November 1924. The unit also had a brass band and a mascot goat named in one source as Sergeant Billy. Another source cites the name as Sergeant Bill.

The 5th had a white goat mascot which was named "Sgt. Bill", who, as the senior mascot of the C.E.F., suffered all the hardships of the Great War. "Sgt. Bill" was wounded, suffered shell shock and trench foot. The men of the battalion supplied "Bill" with a special blue cloak trimmed with gold, several wound stripes and five service and rank chevrons with a large numeral '5' in the centre. To protect the unwary from serious injury by "Bill's" frequent butting charges, special gold balls were attached to the tips of each horn. "Sgt. Bill", complete with all his regalia and discharge papers, may be seen today in a glass showcase in the Manitoba Legislature Building's museum.3

Insignia

In 1914, there had been little time to adopt distinctive unit badges for the hastily assembled battalions of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. As many battalions were drawn from men from several of the pre-war Militia regiments, there was a desire to avoid using existing badges and forming associations with those existing units, in favour of creating new identities - the General Officer Commanding the 1st Canadian Contingent (later 1st Canadian Division) is quoted as saying sometime in October or November of 1914 "there must be distinctive badges for each unit."4 Until unit badges were approved and issued, a mixture of pre-war Militia badges and maple-leaf pattern General Service badges were seen.

Metal cap and collar badges were also worn on service dress.

In mid-1916, cloth "battle-patches" were added to the sleeves of the Service Dress and greatcoat. The 1st Division was distinguished by a red rectangle, 3 inches wide by 2 inches tall, worn on each upper arm. The 5th Battalion was further distinguished by a red circle worn above the rectangle, the red indicating the 2nd brigade, and the circle indicating the senior battalion in the brigade. More information on formation patches can be found in the article on the organization of the division.

Battle Honours

Ypres 1915, 17

St. Julien
Mount Sorrel
Thiepval
Arras 1917, '18
Arleux
Passchendaele
Scarpe, 1918
Hindenburg Line
Pursuit to Mons

Gravenstafel
Festubert, 1915
Somme, 1916

Ancre Heights
Vimy, 1917

Hill 70
Amiens
Drocourt-Queant
Canal du Nord
France and Flanders, 1915-18

 

Notes

  1. Stewart, p.3 and some information from Library and Archives Canada and the CEF Matrix

  2. Love, p.274

  3. Stewart, p. 3

  4. Harper, Joseph A Source of Pride: Regimental Badges and Titles in the Canadian Expeditionary Force 1914-1919 (Service Publications, Ottawa, ON, 1999) ISBN 0-9699845-8-8 p.5

References

  • Love, David W. A Call to Arms: The Organization and Administration of Canada's Military in World War One (Bunker to Bunker Books, Calgary, AB, 1999) ISBN 1894255-03-8

  • Stewart, Charles H. Overseas: The Lineages and Insignia of the Canadian Expeditionary Force 1914-1919 (Little & Stewart, Toronto, ON, 1970)

Archival Holdings

 

The following holdings at Library and Archives Canada may be useful for further research on this unit:

 

13 Books containing material on a variety of subjects, 1916 - 1917 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 4, file 6
Accounts. RG 9, III-A-2, vol. 381, file A-93-1
Administrative arrangements, etc., 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 1
Aircraft, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 3
Appointments and commissions, 1917 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 4
Appointment of officers RG 24, vol. 1378, file HQ 593-6-1-5
Artillery, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 8
Badges RG 24, vols. 1541 and 1559, file HQ 683-161-1
Balloons, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 9
Band RG 9, III-B-1, vol. 586, file B-17-2
Bands, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 10
Battalion orders, 1914 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4062, folder 11, files 8-9
Battalion orders, 1914 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4062, folder 12, files 1-2
Billets, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 11
Binoculars, loss of, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 12
Bolshevist propagandas, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 12
Bombs and grenades, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 13
Boundaries, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 14
Burials and cemeteries, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 15
Camouflage, 1917 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 16
Camps, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 17
Canadian prisoners of war, 1915 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 10
Canteens, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 18
Casualties, 1915 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 2, files 1-2
Censorship, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 2, file 3
Certificates re Kodaks, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 17
Civilians, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 2, file 5
Clothing and equipment, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 2, file 6
Codes and passwords, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 1
Colours and flags, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 2
Communiques, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 3
Conferences and lectures, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 4
Conference on agriculture, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 2
Congratulatory messages, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 5
Correspondence re badges RG 9, III-D-1, vol. 4690, folder 47, file 16
Currency, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 7
Daily Orders RG 150, vol. 64
File Part 1=1917/01/02-1917/04/04
File Part 2=1917/04/02-1917/06/30
File Part 3=1917/07/03-1917/09/30
File Part 4=1918/01/05-1918/02/28
File Part 5=1917/10/01-1917/12/31
File Part 6=1917/12/31-1918/08/31
File Part 7=1918/09/02-1918/12/31
File Part 8=1918/03/01-1918/04/09
File Part 9=1919/01/04-1919/08/28
File Part 10=1914/09/22-1914/12/31
File Part 11=1915/01/01-1915/06/26
RG 150, vol. 65
File Part 12=1915/07/03-1915/12/25
File Part 13=1916/01/01-1916/09/30
File Part 14=1916/09/30-1916/12/31
Demobilization RG 24, vols 1541, file HQ 683-161-3
Details of new gas bomb (Pte Eaton 1917) RG 9, III-C-1, vol. 3826, folder 4, file 5
Defences, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 8
DHS file RG 24, vol. 1904, file DHS 5-7-5
Demobilization, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 13
Denominations, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 14
Dental service, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 15
Designation, Canadian. Corps Labour Reinf. Pool, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 16
Discipline RG 9, III-B-1, vol. 1483, file D-32-7
Discipline, 1917 - 1919 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 17
Distinguishing patches, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 2
Dispositions, 1915 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4047, folder 6, file 3
Dispositions, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 18
Dogs, 1912 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 19
Donations for Christmas, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 20
Dumps, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 21
Educational schemes, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 4, file 1
Elections, Kennington Division of Lambeth, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 4, file 2
Engineers service, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 4, file 3
Entertainment, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 4, file 4
Establishment, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 4, file 5
Funeral expenses RG 9, III-B-1, vol. 1462, file A-60-7
GAQ file RG 24, vol. 1829, file GAQ 7-35
Gas, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 1
General RG 9, III-B-1, vol. 862, file V-19-2
German phases used by patrols, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 2
German minor operations, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 9, file 12
German prisoners of war, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 11
Hague convention, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 4
Historical record RG 9, III-D-1, vol. 4690, folder 47, file 15
Honours and awards 1918 RG 9, III-D-1, vol. 4690, folder 47, file 17
Honours and awards, 1915 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 6
Information summaries. Second Army 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 7
Information summaries: Chemical section, AEF, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 8
Inspections, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 9
Instructions re armistice, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 5
Intelligence summaries. First Army 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 10
Intelligence summaries. XVII Corps 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 11
Intelligence summaries: 1st Canadian Div 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 12
Intelligence, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 13
Itinerary report, 1st Canadian Div 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 15
Large ammunition, 1917 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 7
Leave RG 9, III-B-1, vol. 1495, file L-13-7
Leave, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 18
Light railways, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 14
Locations, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 19
Location of refilling points, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 16
Machine gun reports, 1915 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4049, folder 14, files 1-4
Machine and Lewis guns, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 3
Maps, photos, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 6, files 1-2
March to Rhine, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 19
Medical arrangements, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 6, file 3
Meteorological, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 6, file 4
Mining, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 6, file 5
Minor operations, 16-17 Nov. 1915 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4106, folder 23, file 2
Moves and reliefs, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 6, file 6
Mobilization accounts. RG 24, vols. 1541 and 1559, file HQ 683-161-2
See also HQ
See also HQ 683-41-6 (in vol. 1520)
Nominal roll on embarkation, 1914 RG 9, IIB3, vol. 79
Nominal rolls, 1915 - 1917 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 6, file 7
Notes on minor operations, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 9, file 13
OC’s private correspondence, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 6
Officers, 1915 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 6, file 8
Officers’ records of service RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4051, folder 18, file 8
Operation orders, 1 March 1917 RG 9, III-C-5, vol. 4398, folder 9, file 5
Operation orders, 19-25 July 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4067, folder 5, file 11
Operation orders, 1916 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4055, folder 29, file 16
Operation orders, 1916 - 1918 (various units) RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 9, files 15-16
Operation orders, 1916 - 1918 (various units) RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4062, folder 10, files 1-10
Operations, Amiens, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 8, file 4
Operations. Amiens. Narrative, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4052, folder 22, file 4
Operations, Arras, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 8, file 5
Operations, Cambrai, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 8, file 6
Operations, Canal du Nord, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 8, file 7
Operations. Canal du Nord. Narrative, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4052, folder 22, file 7
Operations, Drocourt-Quéant Line, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 7, file 2
Operations. Drocourt-Quéant Line, Narrative, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4052, folder 22, file 6
Operations. Festubert, 1915 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4011, folder 15, file 8
Operations, Hill 70, 1917 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 7, file 4
Operations, Minor, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 9, files 1-11
Operations. Minor, 1915 - 1917 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4052, folder 23, files 11-12
Operations. Mount Sorrel, May - June 1916 RG 9, III-D-1, vol. 4690, folder 47, file 20
Operations. Mount Sorrel. Narrative, 1916 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4051, folder 19, file 4
Operations, North of Lens, 1917 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 7, file 3
Operations. Petit Douve, Nov.- Dec. 1915 RG 9, III-C-1, vol. 3858, folder 84, file 5
Operations. Passchendaele. Narrative, 1917 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4052, folder 21, file 2
Operations. Sensée Canal. Narrative, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4052, folder 22, file 8
Operations, Passchendaele, 1917 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 8, files 1-2
Operations. St-Eloi, April 1916 RG 9, III-D-1, vol. 4690, folder 47, file 19
Operations, Somme, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 8, file 3
Operations. Somme. Observations, 1916 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4051, folder 19, file 8
Operations, Vimy Ridge, Willerval, Arleux, Fresnoy, 1917 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 7, file 1
Organization, 1917 - 1919 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 1
Patrols, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 3
Promotions RG 9, III-B-1, vol. 979, file P-23-3
Paymaster’s correspondence, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 4
Personnel, 1917 - 1919 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 5
Photographs, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 6
Portuguese troops, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 8
Photographs RG 9, III-D-1, vol. 4690, folder 47, file 18
Promotion, appointments RG 9, III-B-1, vol. 2908, file P26-33
Postal service, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 9
Programme for scouts RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4057, folder 35, file 3
Promotions, appointments RG 9, III-B-1, vol. 984, file P-81-3
Publications, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 13
Paysheets, Aug. - Sept. 1914 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 21
Report on German interpreters, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 14
Rations, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 15
Reinforcements, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 17
Region service, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 7
Remounts, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 18
Reports on operations, Sept. 1916 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4053, folder 24, file 20
Report on wire 1917 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 11
Return of Italians in CEF 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 16
Routine orders (various formations), 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4062, folder 11, files 1-4
Salvage, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 14, file 1
Schemes, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 9
Small arms and ammunitions, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 1, file 6
Special Orders, First Army and Canadian Corps, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4062, folder 11, files 5-6
Steel helmets, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 5, file 5
Strength, Dec. 1918 - Jan. 1919 RG 9, III-C-1, vol. 3894, folder 57, file 28
Summary of minor operations, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4061, folder 9, file 14
Sanitation, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 14, file 2
Scouts and patrols, Dec. 1917 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 14, file 3
Signal service, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 14, file 4
Signals, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 14, file 5
Sniping, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 14, file 6
Sports, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 14, file 7
Stores, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 14, file 9
Strength, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 14, files 10-11
Telegrams re mobilization, Aug. 1914 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 13, file 20
Town orders, Arras, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4062, folder 11, file 7
Transfer of men from training depot RG 9, III-B-1, vol. 626, file C-278-2
Trenches and dugouts, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 10
Tanks, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4064, folder 15, file 1
Transport and traffic, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4064, folder 15, file 2
Training, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4064, folder 15, files 3-6
Trenches, Ypres Salient, 1916 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4064, folder 16, file 1
Trench mortars, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4064, folder 16, file 2
Trench stores, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4063, folder 14, file 8
Trophies, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4064, folder 16, file 3
Tumplines, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4064, folder 16, file 4
Visits, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4064, folder 16, file 6
Veterinary service, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4064, folder 16, file 5
War diary, 20 Oct. 1914 - 28 Feb. 1919 RG 9, III-D-3, vol. 4916, folders 362-364
Water supply, 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4064, folder 16, file 7
War savings certificates RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4059, folder 2, file 4
War diaries RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4064, folder 16, file 10
Weekly press and parliamentary summary 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4064, folder 16, file 8
Work and working parties 1916 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4060, folder 3, file 12
YMCA, 1917 - 1918 RG 9, III-C-3, vol. 4064, folder 16, file 9

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