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Canadian Forestry Corps 1942-43
Canadian Forestry Corps 1942-43

A copy of the pages from Section 1 of the file 'The War Diaries of the 26th Company, Canadian Forestry Corps July 1942 - July 1943' providing background detail on the Canadian Forestry Corps and is deployment to Scotland in WW2. This extract provides a fascinating insight to inter government agreement for the deployment of the Corps to the UK, its mobilisation, deployment in Scotland, method of work of each Company, transportation and weather problems encountered and later developments in 1943 leading to major reassignment of its personnel
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