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DSO, MC & DCM Citations of the Cdn Expeditionary Force 1914-1920 Searchable PDFDistinguished Service Order, Military Cross & Distinguished Conduct Medal Citations of the Canadian Expeditionary Force 1914-1920. Searchable PDF. A digital book in PDF format, fully searchable, listing over 6000 citations! 3 Books on one disk!
A PDF reader is required to open these documents. Upon the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of the Great War, original compiler, David K Riddle partnered with us, Marway Militaria to update and digitize the original books. With fully searchable text, over 800 pages and more than 6000 citations, this DVD is the essential reference guide for collectors, historians, schools, archivists, museum, genealogists and families with an interest in the First World War. New, in original packaging.
Code: 65628Price: 39.95 CAD
WW2 Canadian Issue DR Dispatch Rider Helmet - Early pattern Additional PicturesWW2 Canadian Issue DR Dispatch Rider Helmet - Early pattern Additional Pictures of WS15082 (Code 65625)
Code: 65627Price: On Request
WW2 Canadian Issue DR Dispatch Rider Helmet - Additional Pictures WW2 Canadian Issue DR Dispatch Rider Helmet - Additional Pictures of WS15081 (65624)
Code: 65626Price: On Request
WW2 Canadian Issue DR Dispatch Rider Helmet - Early patternThis is the First issue Canadian Dispatch (MotorCycle) riders helmet. It is made of pulp (fiber). Complete with liner, and leather strappings/ Appears not issued, and just shows storage wear and aging. Nicely stamped in the liner CCL 6 3/4 1942. A stamping is also found inside in ink with the Broad arrow. Shows very little wear to the green paint. Control #WS15082
Code: 65625Price: 275.00 CAD
WW2 Canadian Issue DR Dispatch Rider HelmetA nice example of a used fiber issue helmet. (Only 4000 of these were made). With 44 (date) BS (Manufacturer Backstay Standard) and size 6 7/8. Shows use. Helmet is stamped inside with a C BROAD ARROW and DTR / S43. Leather shows wear, but is complete. Maintains most of it's issued green paint. Control #WS15081
Code: 65624Price: 175.00 CAD
Argyl and Sutherland Glengarry with BadgeA post 1953 Glengarry with a white chrome badge. Glengarry is nicely marked MADE BY ROBERT MACKIE OF SCOTLAND, SIZE 7 1/2. Shows light wear, but very little use. Badge is stamped MLS on slider.
Code: 65623Price: 75.00 CAD
Jump Wings - History of Canadian Airborne Qualification Badges, 1942-2012 Jump Wings - History of Canadian Airborne Qualification Badges, 1942-2012, Ken Joyce, 108 pages, 90 colour and black & white illustrations, 8 1/2 x 11 inches, soft cover.
In response to collector demand, Ken Joyce, author of "Into the Maelstrom" and "Crimson Spearhead", has gone back to archival sources and presents a new book dedicated to all Canadian parachute-related 'wings'. Included are the first styles of wings introduced during the Second World War and continued to the present. Other sections address Para Rigger, Search and Rescue, Pathfinder/Scout and Army Pilot wings.
Code: 65622Price: 39.95 CAD
BOOK: Canadian Vehicles in KoreaCanadian Vehicles in Korea, Don Dingwall. 210 pages, over 300 illustrations, 8 1/2 x 11 inches, hard cover.
For the first time a book dedicated to the soft-skin and armoured vehicles used by the Canadian Army in this seldom studied conflict. Supported by a comprehensive text that provides an overview of the acquisition, use and disposal of Canadian, US and British vehicles used in training at Fort Lewis and in combat (and combat support) in Korea. Based on official photos, supplemented by photographs from private collections, the vehicles are arranged in a logical and chronological sequence.
As an added bonus, the author has provided War Establishment graphics for every unit, Arm of Service numbers, graphics for each unit showing vehicle names and more.
This book will become the definitive work on the topic and will be of interest to vehicle historians hobbyists.
Code: 65621Price: 59.95 CAD
BOOK: The Silent Sixtieth 100 Years On, The Story of the 60th Battalion CEFThe Silent Sixtieth 100 Years On
The Story of the 60th Canadian Overseas Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force In the Great War by Reginald A. Gervais
The Silent Sixtieth, is the story of the 60th Canadian Overseas Battalion, in World War One.
Originally begun simply as research into the authorís ancestry, The Silent Sixtieth evolved into a history of the 60th Canadian Overseas Battalion in World War One. The book details the forming of the battalion in Montreal in the summer of 1915, follows it through training and into France, where it fought in some of the defining battles of Canadaís First World War effort: Ypres, Mount Sorrel, the Somme, and Vimy Ridge. The Silent Sixtieth chronicles the struggles that eventually became one of the foundational experiences of the Canadian historical identity, and does so with both an eye for detail and a personal touch. By the end of the war, 39% of mobilized Canadian troops were casualties. 2015 is the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Battalion.
All Reginald A. Gervais was trying to do was find out a little about his grandfatherís military service. He never dreamed it would culminate in a book about the battalion he served with. Along the way, he has become a bit of an amateur historian and now regularly makes presentations to a local High School. He is more than willing to sit for hours and discuss Canadaís military in World War One.
Hard Cover, with Dust Jacket,488 pages, Black & White - 6 x 9 inches. Includes Honour Roll, including cemetery and country, Nominal roll, including information if transferred, KIA, posted etc.
Code: 65620Price: 39.95 CAD
Royal Engineers, Bomb Disposal Personnel Cloth Trade BadgeNot worn, but has a few moth nibbles.
Code: 65605Price: 20.00 CAD
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