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The Royal Regina Rifles

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  • 1. Princess Anne, the Colonel-in-Chief of the regiment, inspects the troops to mark unit's 100th anniversary in Regina, on Sat. Jun. 2, 2007.
  • 2. The 1st Battalion, The Regina Rifle Regiment, Assault Landing at Courseulles, France, June 1944. Painting by O.N. Fisher, 1950.
  • 3. Infantrymen of the Regina Rifle Regiment keeping warm in the smoldering ruins of a house, Zyfflich, Germany, 9 February 1945.
  • 4. This monument is in memory of Canadian soldiers of the Regina Rifle Regiment, killed in the fighting for the liberation of Bretteville-l'Orgueilleuse in June, 1944
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  • 6. The Regina Rifle Regiment Monument, Courseulles-sur-Mer, 1989. The monument to the right of the gateway, by the Canadian flag is that of The Regina Rifle Regiment. The Regina assault companies had a hard struggle in clearing a succession of strong points in the eastern half of Courseulles.
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  • 8. Rifleman R.R. Schwabe mans a loophole in French barracks used by the Germans and captured by the Regina Rifle Regiment. July 23, 1944, Vaucelles, France.
  • 9. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth review the Regina Rifle Regiment, 1940s. Saskatchewan Archives Board

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