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Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke



Armorial Description

A grenade with the Crown superimposed upon the ball within an annulus inscribed LES FUSILIERS DE SHERBROOKE, surmounted by a beaver and super- imposed upon a maple leaf; the whole resting on a scroll inscribed DROIT AU BUT.


Official Abbreviation: Fus de Sher

Motto: Droit au But (To the point)


Battle Honours (23)

First World War

    AMIENS
Second World War
    D'EBARQUEMENT EN NORMANDIE
    Anvers-Canal de Tumhout
    AUTHIE
    L'ESCAUT
    CAEN
    Meuse inferieure
    L'Ome
    LA RHTNANIE
    COTE DE BOURGUEBUS
    Le Hochwald
    Faubourg de Vaucelles
    XANTEN
    Saint-Andre-sure
    LE RHIN
    FALAISE
    Emmerich-Hoch Elton
    Route de la Falaise
    ZUTPHEN
    Clair Tizon
    Deventer
    La Laison
    Nord-Ouest de l'Europe, 1944-1945
Colonel-in-Chief: None

Authorized Marches:
Quick March: The Queen City

Location of Sub Units: Sherbrooke and Granby, Quebec

Alliances:

    The Devonshire and Dorset Regiment
    Topshom Barracks
    Exeter, England

Order of Precedence: 42
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Today in Military History

February 21



1796:

John Graves Simcoe proposed the "military street'' as a strategic route to help protect Upper Canada from American invasion. We know it as the longest street in the world, Toronto's Yonge Street, whose completion was announced today in history


1916:

The battle of Verdun begins


1919:

PPCLI presented with Wreath of Laurel by Lady Patricia Ramsey at Bramshot Camp, England


1945:

German resistance in Moyland Wood collapses after a week of fighting. The next objective for 1st Canadian Army will be the defences in the forests of the Hochwald.


1951:

A nine-man patrol from Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry comes under fire in Korea. They are the first Canadian troops to be fired upon by the enemy in this United Nations "police action". No casualties are reported.




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