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Sub-series consists of records created and/or maintained by the 5th Canadian Infantry Brigade Headquarters, and document many aspects of its activities.
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Textual records The finding aid's file level descriptions can be accessed through the consists of fields in the MIKAN record. A paper copy is also available in the Reference room. The finding aid is a typed list consisting of volume number, file number, title and outside dates. 9-37-18 90 (Electronic)
Biography / Administrative history
The 5th Canadian Infantry Brigade was part of the 2nd Canadian Division and was formed from Battalions recruited in Eastern Canada. The brigade included the 22nd, 24th, 25th, and 26th Battalions and was commanded successively by Colonel J.P. Landry (May 1915 to August 1915), and Brigadier-Generals D. Watson (August 1915 to April 1916), A.H. Macdonell (April 1916 to July 1917), J.M. Ross (July 1917 to August 1918), and T.L. Tremblay (August 1918 to May 1919). The 5th Canadian Infantry Brigade was demobilized in May 1919.
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