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Toronto Scottish Regiment [presentation of the Queen"s Colour to the Toronto Scottish Regiment by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother], Toronto, June 28, 1974.

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Published by [s.n.] in Toronto .
Written in English

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  • Canada. -- Canadian Army. -- Toronto Scottish Regiment.

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Open LibraryOL20662244M

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  This book tells the story of the 75th Battalion (later the Toronto Scottish Regiment) and the five thousand men who formed it--most from Toronto--from all walks of life. They included professionals, university graduates, white- and blue-collar workers, labourers, and 3/5(1). This book tells the story of the 75th Battalion (later the Toronto Scottish Regiment) and the five thousand men who formed it—most from Toronto—from all walks of life. They included professionals, university graduates, white- and blue-collar workers, labourers, and the unemployed, some illiterate. This book tells the story of the 75th Battalion (later The Toronto Scottish Regiment) and the four thousand men who formed it--most from Toronto--from all walks of life. They included professionals, university graduates, white-and blue-collar workers, labourers, and the unemployed, some illiterate. Carry on: the history of the Toronto Scottish Regiment (M.G.) , by Major D. W. Grant., Toronto Public Library.

"CARRY ON" THE HISTORY OF THE TORONTO SCOTTISH REGIMENT (M.G.). Hardcover – Jan. 1 by D. W. Grant (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating See all formats and editionsReviews: 1. One of the most famous Scottish Regiments in Canada today is The Toronto Scottish, a regiment that perpetuates the fighting 75th Battalion from WWI. Lieutenant-Colonel S.G. Beckett recruited the 75th Bn in and became its first Commanding Officer. The 75th served in France from August until the armistice in and it was committed to. The Toronto Scottish Regiment - Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's Own, Toronto, Ontario. K likes. The Toronto Scottish Regiment (Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother's Own) is . The Toronto Scottish Regiment - Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's Own “Carry On” - The Story Behind the Regimental Motto With one of the most colloquial mottos in the Canadian Army, it would be easy to assume that The Toronto Scottish Regiment’s founders chose “Carry On” simply for its immediate and ordinary military meaning.

Footnote 16 It was redesignated: '1st Battalion, The Toronto Scottish Regiment (Machine Gun), CASF' on 7 November ; Footnote 17 '2nd Infantry Division Support Battalion (The Toronto Scottish Regiment), CIC, CASF' on 1 May ; Footnote 18 and '1st Battalion, The Toronto Scottish Regiment (Machine Gun), CIC, CASF' on 24 February The Toronto Scottish Regiment. Grant, D.W. Carry On: the History of the Toronto Scottish Regiment (M.G.): Vancouver, B.C., The Royal Regiment of Canada. Goodspeed, Donald James Battle Royal: a History of the The Royal Regiment of Canada, Royal Regiment of Canada Association, Toronto, c The Toronto Scottish Regiment was an infantry regiment of the Canadian Army during the 20th Century that continued its service into the 21st.. Lineage. The Mississauga Regiment was authorized on 1 May ; The regiment was redesignated The Toronto Scottish Regiment on 1 September ; The Toronto Scottish Regiment was amalgamated with "B" and "C" Companies of the 1st Battalion, . Provided to YouTube by MonarchMedley: The Toronto Scottish Regiment, Glendinning, Bonnie Rideout, Champion Fiddler, The Caledonian Society Of London, Patti.