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C016080 "R.C.H.A." SHOULDER FLASH.
BACKGROUND: Every infantry or armored regiment had its own insignia. During the First World War metal shoulder flashes were used to help distinguish Commonwealth troops of different regiments and countries from each other. They were changed to cloth for battle dress in the Second World War with metal flashes only used on dress uniforms. The Royal Canadian Horse Artillery can trace its beginnings back to 20 October 1871, when A and B Batteries of Garrison Artillery, stationed in Kingston and Quebec, were authorized by Militia General Order No. 24.
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: A brass badge, about 5cm long, consists of a horizontal bar held together by the script "R.C.H.A.". Dual lugs to the reverse.
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