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Holland, Belgium, France

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From Louvigny, France where the Royal Regiment of Canada first assaulted the German line, comes a blood-red four-petalled flower. (top of Window 4).

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From Antwerp, Belgium, where the Regiment held the docks for five weeks before the drive up the Scheldt began. (“shoulder” of Window 1)

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From Groesbeek and Nijmegen, Holland, where the Regiment spent part of the winter opposite the Reichwold forest. (Near the bottom of Window 1 – the two circular designs on each side of the large head – one green, the other white/yellow)

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