WW2 era PPCLI Bi-metal Cap badge (lot#2)
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You are viewing a fine example of the WWII era version of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry cap badge. This bi-metal badge's condition speaks for its own
authenticity. Both horizontal lugs are original, and intact.
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI, generally referred to as "The Patricias") is one of the three Regular Force infantry regiments of the Canadian Armed Forces. It is named
for Princess Patricia of Connaught, then daughter of the
Governor General of Canada (1910) . The regiment is composed of four
battalions including a Primary Reserve battalion, for a total of 2,000 soldiers. The PPCLI is the main lodger unit of Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Edmonton in Alberta and CFB Shilo in Manitoba, and attached to 3rd Canadian Division; as such it serves as the "local" regular infantry regiment for much
of Western CanadA. the badge you are viewing is if WWII vintage.
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