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The Princess Louise Fusiliers



Armorial Description

A grenade with ninteen-pointed flame; on the ball of the grenade an annulus inscribed PRINCESS LOUISE FUSILIERS; on the lower curve, two maple leaves with stems crossed; within the annulus the coronet of a princess.


Official Abbreviation: PLF

Motto: Fideliter (Faithfully)


Battle Honours (16)

Early History

    NORTH-WEST CANADA 1885
    SOUTH AFRICA, 1899-1900
First World War
    SOMME, 1916
    YPRES, 1917
    AMIENS
    ARRAS, 1917
    HILL 70
Second World War
    Arnhem 1945 LIRI VALLEY
    MISANO RIDGE
    MELFA CROSSING
    ITALY, 1944-1945
    GOTHIC LINE
    CORIANO
    LAMONE CROSSING
    DELFZIJL POCKET
    NORTH-WEST EUROPE, 1945

Order of Precedence: 22
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Today in Military History

September 18



1759:

Quebec surrendered to the British, following Wolfe's victory at the Plain of Abraham on 13 September, sounding the death knell for a French presence in Canada.


1931:

Japanese invade Manchuria, occupying Mukden, Changchun and Kirin (Mukden Incident)


1944:

SAN FORTUNATO, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 20 Sept 44)


1944:

Several "Canloan" officers serving with the 1st Air Landing Brigade are killed in the defense of the recently captured bridgehead at Arnheim, Holland.




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