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Governor General Foot Guards – Battle Dress 1944

Original WW2 Governor General’s Foot Guards battle dress jacket. The tunic has all period applied embroidered insignia. Maker marked and dated April 1944 in size 5. Great example from a tank regiment of the 4th Canadian Armoured Division. The tunic is having an open-collar as worn with a shirt and tie. Hard to find regiment!

The Regiment was mobilized as a regiment in May 1940. The battalion was converted to an armoured role in 1942 and assumed an additional prefix name to become the ’21st Canadian Armoured Regiment (G.G.F.G.)’. The Regiment landed in France in 1944 and served with distinction throughout the North West European Campaign.

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Weight 2000 g

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