QC era Winnipeg Rifles Cap Badge


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You are viewing a large QC era Winnipeg Rifles Cap Badge. The cap badge has a tang style attachment with a "Gaunt Birmingham" Hallmark. Very clean white metal badge which may very well be officer grade. The cap badge has a "Black Devils" insignia which appears to have been added after the badge production (view Scans). 


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Some History..
Three battalions of the regiment served during WW2. The 1st Battalion served in the 3rd Canadian Division; the 2nd Battalion was a reserve unit that remained on part-time duty in Winnipeg, and a 3rd Battalion served in the Canadian Occupational Force after the end of the war. The 1st Battalion were among the first Allied troops to land on the Normandy beaches on D-Day. They served throughout the Northwest Europe campaign, including the Battle of the Schelt, the Rhineland, and the final battles across the Rhine, before returning to Canada in 1945. The 3rd Battalion was raised in 1945 and remained in Germany until 1946.