QC era Canadian Armored Corps Collar Badge Set (2)

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You are viewing an excellent example of a QC era Canadian Armored Corps collar badge set of two. Made of white metal (silver colored). The badges have their original lug type fasteners in good order. View scans for details.

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The modern Canadian Armoured Corps was created on 13 August 1940. The Corp was given the honor of the 'Royal' designation by King George VI in 1945. In early 1941 the 1st Tank Brigade was sent to Britain and equipped with the Matilda tank. Two armoured divisions were created and it was expected that 1,200 tanks were needed. Due to wartime difficulties in tank production in England, Canada had to develop its own production. To this end a tank arsenal was set up under the management of a subsidiary of a US firm engaged in tank production. Much of that work as done at the Canada Car plant just outside of Montreal. In 1968, during the unification of the Canadian Army into the Canadian Armed Forces, the name of the Royal Canadian Armour Corps was changed to simply the "Armour Branch", but, the Corps continued to use its traditional title. "Royal Canadian Armoured Corps". As of April 2013, the traditional designation of the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps has been officially restored. Trudeau & the liberals hated the "Royal" designation so much that they tried to change it, until they were kicked out by Harper, and then sanity returned.