260th Battalion - Canadian Expeditionary Force

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The Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) was the field force created by Canada for service overseas in the First World War. The force was so respected and had such combat efficiency that the Germans nicknamed them Stormtroopers. The mostly volunteer force became so revered by the Allied commanders that the Canadians were ordered to spearhead the last campaigns of the War.


5 of 5 soldiers found.



Regimental number 1113614
Battalion Number 260th

Search for William Rame
in the Canadian Expeditionary Forces Collection

Regimental number 1112179
Battalion Number 260th

Search for Albert LeClair
in the Canadian Expeditionary Forces Collection

Regimental number 1112327
Battalion Number 260th

Search for Charles Holmes
in the Canadian Expeditionary Forces Collection

Regimental number 1113613
Battalion Number 260th

Search for John McGougan
in the Canadian Expeditionary Forces Collection

Regimental number 1112213
Battalion Number 260th

Search for Joseph Boutet
in the Canadian Expeditionary Forces Collection
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