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1944: Walcheren, 1918: VC won by Sgt Hugh Cairns, 46th Battalion, CEF, Valenciennes (posthumous), 1918: VALENCIENNES, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 2 Nov 18)
» 2 - Week 45
1914: The Royal Montreal Regiment: Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense (Evil to he who evil thinks)
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1941: Germans attack Kursk, 1938: Announcement of Japanese "New Order in Asia"
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1918: SAMBRE
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1943: MONTE CAMINO, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 9 Dec 43)
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1917: VC won by Pte James Peter Robertson, 27th Battalion, CEF, Passchendaele, Belgium (posthumous), 1917: VC won by Cpl Colin Fraser Barron, 3rd Battalion, CEF, Passchendaele, Belgium, 1917: Canadians capture Passchendaele
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1900: VC won by Sgt Edward James Gibson Holland, The Royal Canadian Dragoons, Leliefontien, Komati River, 1900: VC won by Lt Richard Ernest Turner, The Royal Canadian Dragoons, Leliefontien, Komati River, 1900: VC won by Lt Hampden Zane Churchill Cockburn, The Royal Canadian Dragoons, Leliefontien, Komati River
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1942: VC won by Capt Frederick Thornton Peters, Royal Navy, Oran, North Africa, 1942: Operation Torch: Allied landings in Morocco and Algeria, 1935: The League of Nations imposes sanctions against Itlay for actions in Ethiopia, but is incapable of enforcing them
» 9 - Week 46
1883: The Royal Winnipeg Rifles: Hosti Acie Nominati (Named by the enemy in battle)
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1917: British establish Air Council, having similar status to the Admirality and the Army Council
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1950: CHONGCHON I, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 25 Nov 50), 1920: The Unknown Warrior buried in Westminster Abbey, 1918: Germans surrender, WW1 is over, 1885: General Patton born in San Gabriel, California, 1813: Battle of Crysler's Farm, Upper Canada., 1813: Battle of Crysler's Farm, Upper Canada.
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1921: The Limitation of Armaments Conference begins at Washington, 1915: Lord Derby warns British unmarried men of compulsory service if they fail to enlist voluntarily by 30 Nov 15
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1916: ANCRE, 1916, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 18 Nov 16)
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1914: Death of Field Marshall Earl Roberts in France
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1959: The RCR provide a Guard of Honour for Prime Minister Diefenbaker at Toronto
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1951: HILL 227, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 19 Nov 51), 1914: End of the first Battle of Ypres: stationary warfare now the rule, 1887: On this day in 1887, Bernard Law Montgomery, British general and one of the most formidable Allied commanders of the war, as well as one of the most disliked, is born in London., 1859: The Canadian Grenadier Guards: Honi Soit Qui Mal y Pense (Evil be to him who evil thinks)
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1952: THE HOOK, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 19 Nov 52)
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1943: THE SANGRO, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 3 Dec 43)
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1917: VC won by Lt Harcus Strachan, Fort Garry Horse, CEF, Masnieres, France, 1917: THE TANK ATTACK, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 21 Nov 17), 1917: CAMBRAI, 1917, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 3 Dec 17)
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1918: Surrender of the German battle fleet to the Allies
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1951: HILL 227 II, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 25 Nov 51), 1943: COLLE D'ANCHISE, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 24 Nov 43)
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1910: The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada: Guidich'n Righ (Help the king)
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1950: CHONGCHON II, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 30 Nov 50)
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1944: Port of Antwerp open for Allied shipping
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1950: HUNGNAM, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 24 Dec 50)
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1944: First Allied convoy docks at Antwerp, V-2 attacks on port intensify, 1899: Battle of Modder River, Boer War
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1950: YONGWON-NI, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 30 Nov 50)
» 30 - Week 49
1900: Queen Victoria reviews the Second (Special Service) Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment at Windsor Castle following service in South Africa, 1877: The Royal Canadian Hussars (Montreal): Non Nobis Sed Patrie