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Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Cemetery - Neuve-Chapelle - War Diaries - Where we fought...

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Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Cemetery, Voormezelle.
Although Neuve-Chapelle was the theatre in which the 1st Canadian Division assumed an active role in a First World War battle for the first time, a precedent had been created by the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry one month earlier. It had participated in a raid on February 28, 1915, when serving with a British brigade.

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Mary Riter Hamilton Collection 1988-180-46
Artist: Mary Riter Hamilton (1873-1954)
Oil on cardboard
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