The British Columbia Regiment | Battle Honours
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Battle Honours

  • SOUTH AFRICA, 1899-1900
  • YPRES, 1915, ’17
  • GRAVENSTAFEL
  • ST. JULIEN
  • FESTUBERT 1915
  • MOUNT SORREL
  • SOMME, 1916
  • SOMME, 1918
  • FLERS-COURCELETTE
  • THIEPVAL
  • ANCRE HEIGHTS
  • ANCRE 1916
  • ARRAS, 1917
  • ARRAS, 1918
  • VIMY, 1917
  • ARLEUX
  • HILL 70
  • PASSCHENDAELE
  • AMIENS
  • SCARPE 1917
  • SCARPE 1918

  • DROCOURT-QUEANT
  • HINDENBURG LINE
  • CANAL DU NORD
  • CAMBRAI 1918
  • VALENCIENNES (SEE NOTE)
  • FRANCE AND FLANDERS, 1915-18
  • FALAISE
  • FALAISE ROAD
  • THE LAISON
  • CHAMBOIS
  • THE SCHELDT
  • THE LOWER MAAS
  • THE RHINELAND
  • THE HOCHWALD
  • VEEN
  • TWENTE CANAL
  • KÜSTEN CANAL
  • BAD ZWISCHENAHN
  • NORTH-WEST EUROPE, 1944-1945
  • AFGHANISTAN

Note:

The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught’s Own) possessed the battle honour PURSUIT TO MONS from the First World War, but this honour cannot be perpetuated if a regiment is entitled to the honour VALENCIENNES or SAMBRE. One of these honours was gained by the regiment upon amalgamation with The Irish Fusiliers of Canada (The Vancouver Regiment).