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NB Rangers – Battle Dress and Beret

Original WW2 New Brunswick Rangers battle dress tunic and beret with cap badge. Tunic has original period applied insignia consisting of embroidered NB Rangers shoulder titles, CANADA titles and cloth 4th Canadian Armoured Division formation patches, five years overseas sleeve chevrons and ribbon bar. The tunic is maker marked and dated January 1945 in size 8. A small damage in the middle of the jacket and underneath the right breast closing flap (not visible from the outside). The beret is in heavily field worn condition. The cap badge is completely polished which is a nice. Dated 1945, the beret shows several damages and stains.  The shoulder titles are hard to photograph because the red color.

Hard to find regiment!

The NB Rangers embarked for the United Kingdom on 13 September 1943. On 1 November 1943 the unit was redesignated 10th Canadian Infantry Brigade Support Group (The New Brunswick Rangers), and on 24 February 1944 redesignated again to become The 10th Independent Machine Gun Company (The New Brunswick Rangers). This company-sized support unit landed in Normandy as part of the 10th Canadian Infantry Brigade of the 4th Canadian Armoured Division on 26 July 1944, and served in North-West Europe until the end of the war.

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Weight 2000 g
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