19th Edmonton Fusiliers Cap Badge (2nd Pattern)
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Above are the scans for a WWII KC era Cap badge for the 19th Edmonton Fusiliers RCAC This badge is a variant on the thick tailed version. Note the thin tail hanging down in the scans. Made of anodized brass, this badge comes with both original lug type attachments in good order. A hard to find cap badge, still in excellent condition.
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The 19th Edmonton Fusiliers originated in Edmonton, Alberta on 1 February 1908, when the 19th Alberta Mounted Rifles were authorized to be formed. They were re-designated as the 19th Alberta Dragoons on 3 January 1911. During the interwar period, on the 16th of February 1936, they were amalgamated with the Alberta Mounted Rifles and were once again re-designated the 19th (Reserve) Alberta Dragoons on 7 November 1940. After WWII, on the 1st of April 1946, they were amalgamated with the 2nd (Reserve) Battalion, Edmonton Fusiliers, and re-designated as the 19th (Alberta) Armoured Car Regiment, RCAC. Again, in 1949 they were re-designated the 19th Alberta Armoured Car Regiment in February, the 19th Alberta Dragoons (19th Armoured Car Regiment) on the 1st of November 1954 and the 19th Alberta Dragoons on the 19th of May 1958. In 2006 the regiment was reduced to nil strength and transferred to the Supplementary Order of Battle , the 19th Alberta Dragoons were amalgamated with the South Alberta Light Horse, which retained that designation. The Regiment perpetuated the 3rd Regiment, Canadian Mounted Rifles, CEF, the 9th Battalion, CEF, 66th Battalion (Edmonton Guards), CEF, 138th Battalion (Edmonton, Alberta), CEF, and 202nd Battalion (Sportsmans), CEF. The regiment battle honors are for WWI: YPRES 1915, Gravenstafel, Festubert 1915, Mount Sorrel, SOMME 1916, Flers-Courcelette, Ancre Heights, YPRES 17, ARRAS 1917 1918, Vimy 1917, HILL 70, AMIENS, Scarpe 1918, Drocourt-Queant, HINDENBURG LINE, Canal du Nord, Cambrai 1918, PURSUIT TO MONS, FRANCE AND FLANDERS 1915-18.