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The Patrician, 1965 - Vol. XVIII - Regimental Journal of The Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, Allied with 3rd Bn The Royal Green Jackets (The Rifle Brigade)

by Stutt, W.H.J.: Editor

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Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, 1965. A fine softcover. Features: The All Canadian Route of '98; Regimental Depot; Regimental Band; First Battalion Report; Second Battalion Report; The Loyal Edmonton Regiment (3 PPCLI); 2551 PPCLI Cadet Corps; The Royal Green Jackets (The Rifle Brigade); CJATC Report; Mount Hamilton Gault; The Hamilton Gault Trophy; The End of an Era; Lt Col FD Farquar (In Memorium); and more. Also includes some newspaper clippings and price list of Patrician dress and acroutrements.. Softcover.
  • Bookseller: Nerman's Books and Collectibles US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 3WAR0050A
  • Title: The Patrician, 1965 - Vol. XVIII - Regimental Journal of The Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, Allied with 3rd Bn The Royal Green Jackets (The Rifle Brigade)
  • Author: Stutt, W.H.J.: Editor
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  • Book condition: Used
  • Publisher: Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry
  • Date published: 1965
  • Bookseller catalogs: Military;


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