4×6 black and white portrait in uniform Killed on March 6, 1945.
A cardboard box of files with a wide range of documents: Large battered file folder from WWII with official recommendations for awards; 10 Jan 1944 CVSM list; Framed code decipher message; CBG SPS 2013-14 binder; 2015 Apeldoorn liberation commemoration booklet in Dutch and English; Copy of Remembrance Volume 4; Pte Tyles attestation papers and photo […]
The buckle badge, approved in 1991, returning the badge design components to the badge used from 1891 to 1939, was documented as Official by DND in 2002. The re-approved badge contained a Scottish buckle as did the original. DND, in the mid 1930s, declared that the buckle was a garter of the Order of the […]
48th Highlanders Baseball jersey of the Regimental Officers Baseball team
Small tray-type cardboard box. Contains 2014001001-005, assorted artifacts; 2019008001, bayonet; 2017046001, LtCol Bent’s bronzed collar badge; 2015012001, panoramic photograph of C company; 2023806001, thistle tablecloth; 2014002001, DVD of ‘Gloria’s Silver Crossing; 2015012002, Ronson lighter and associated documents; 2019013001, photos from Apeldoorn 2005; 2013001001, stereoscopic photograph; 2001001001, postcard of Cpl Painter.
Monument erected by the 48th Highlanders’ 15th Battalion CEF Memorial Project to commemorate the role of the 15th Battalion in the April 24-25, 1915 battle of Second Ypres. Click HERE to see more detail.
Monument erected by the 48th Highlanders’ 15th Battalion CEF Memorial Project to commemorate the action that won the battle honour “St Julien.” The memorial is located on the wall of the community centre in St-Julien, Belgium. For more information click HERE.
A Christmas card for Christmas 1914 and New Years 14/15. Photo of Officers of the 15th Battalion (48th Highlanders) on the right inside.
This monument was erected by the 15th Battalion CEF Project team. Full details of the memorial are HERE and a description of the role of the 15th Battalion in the attack on Vimy Ridge is HERE.