DETAILED HISTORY
Timeline
103rd Regiment 1910-21
History
Personalities
Traditions
10th Battalion 1914-19
History
St. Julien

 Apr 1915

Festubert

 May 1915

Thiepval/Courcelette

Sep 1916

Vimy Ridge

Apr 1917

Hill 70

Aug 1917

Amiens

Aug 1918

Organization
Personalities
Casualties
Calgary Highlanders 1921-39
Interwar Years
Calgary Highlanders 1939-45
History
Higher Formations
Mobilization 1939
Shilo 1940
England 1940-41
Battle Drill 1941
Dieppe 1942
England 1943
Northwest Europe
Hill 67

19 Jul 44

Clair Tison

12 Aug 44

Dunkirk

8 Sep 44

Wyneghem

22 Sep 44

Battle of the Scheldt
Hoogerheide

2 Oct 44

South Beveland

14 Oct 44

Walcheren Causeway

31 Oct 44

Groningen

 14 Apr 45

Gruppenbühren

26 Apr 45

Organization & Histories
Scouts & Snipers
"A" Company
"B" Company
"C" Company
"D" Company
18 Platoon
Support Company
Anti-Tank Platoon
Mortar Platoon
Personnel
Company Commanders
"A" Company - Jun 1944
"A" Coy Jun 44 Casualties
Personalities
Casualties
Weather 1944-45
2nd Battalion
Homecoming 1945
Calgary Highlanders
1945-today
The War in Afghanistan
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The 10th Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force in the First World War had a large turnover of personnel during the four years it served in Canada and overseas, during which many men had the opportunity to made their mark in the history of the unit. Only the achievements of a select few can be presented here.


The 10th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force

 

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