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Le Regiment de la Chaudiere



Armorial Description

Above crossed machine guns, a beaver, surmounted by a fleur-de-lis; below and partly encircling the machine guns, a scroll bearing the motto AERE PERENNIUS with a small maple leaf on each end of the scroll.


Official Abbreviation: R de Chaud

Motto: Aere Perennius (Truer than steel)


Battle Honours (19)

Second World War

    DEBARQUEMENT EN NORMANDIE
    FALAISE
    L'ESCAUT
    LA RHENANIE
    CARPIQUET
    FAUBOURG DE VAUCELLES
    BOULOGNE, 1944
    LE HOCHWALD
    EMMERICH-HOCHELTON
    ZUTPHEN
    Nord-Ouest de l'Europe, 1044-1945
    Caen
    Cote de Bourguebus
    La Laison
    Chambois
    Calais, 1944
    Poche de Breskens
    Plaine du Waal
    Le Rhin

Order of Precedence: 19
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