DETAILED HISTORY
Timeline
103rd Regiment 1910-21
History
Personalities
Traditions
10th Battalion 1914-19
History
St. Julien

 Apr 1915

Festubert

 May 1915

Thiepval/Courcelette

Sep 1916

Vimy Ridge

Apr 1917

Amiens

Aug 1918

Organization
Personalities
Casualties
Awards Listing
Calgary Highlanders 1921-39
Interwar Years
Calgary Highlanders 1939-45
History
Higher Formations
Mobilization 1939
Shilo 1940
England 1940-41
Battle Drill 1941
Dieppe 1942
England 1943
Northwest Europe
Hill 67

19 Jul 44

Clair Tison

12 Aug 44

Dunkirk

8 Sep 44

Wyneghem

22 Sep 44

Battle of the Scheldt
Hoogerheide

2 Oct 44

South Beveland

14 Oct 44

Walcheren Causeway

31 Oct 44

Groningen

 14 Apr 45

Gruppenbühren

26 Apr 45

Organization & Histories
Scouts & Snipers
"A" Company
"B" Company
"C" Company
"D" Company
18 Platoon
Support Company
Anti-Tank Platoon
Mortar Platoon
Personnel
Company Commanders
"A" Company - Jun 1944
"A" Coy Jun 44 Casualties
Personalities
Casualties
Awards Listing
Weather 1944-45
2nd Battalion
Homecoming 1945
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Timeline

  • 1 April 1910: 103rd Regiment (Calgary Rifles) authorized

    • September 1914: 10th Battalion, C.E.F. created

    • 15 September 1920: 10th Battalion, C.E.F. officially disbanded

  • 15 March 1920: Redesignated The Calgary Regiment

  • 15 September 1921: 1st Battalion becomes 1st Battalion, The Calgary Highlanders, The Calgary Regiment

  • 15 May 1924: reorganized as The Calgary Highlanders

    • 1 September 1939: The Calgary Highlanders, C.A.S.F. mobilized

    • 1940 redesignated 1st Battalion, The Calgary Highlanders

    • 1940 Militia unit redesignated 2nd Battalion, The Calgary Highlanders

    • 15 December 1945: 1st Battalion, The Calgary Highlanders disbanded

    • 2nd Battalion redesignated The Calgary Highlanders


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