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.
The 1st Battalion, The Regina Rifle Regiment, Assault Landing at Courseulles, France, June 1944. Painting by O.N. Fisher, 1950.
Infantrymen of the Regina Rifle Regiment keeping warm in the smoldering ruins of a house, Zyfflich, Germany, 9 February 1945.
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
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.
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.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth review the Regina Rifle Regiment, 1940s. Saskatchewan Archives Board