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Badges of the Canadian Expeditionary Force of WW1 (CEF) Bns 126-150



 126 Bn CEF Peel

127 Bn CEF

127 Bn CEF

127 Bn CEF 12th Regt York Rangers


128 Bn CEF Moosejaw

129 Bn CEF Wentworth


130 Bn CEF Lanark & Renfrew

131 Bn CEF Westminster hat badge & collar

132 Bn CEF North Shore New Brunswick

133 Bn CEF Norfolk's Own


COEF = Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force

134 Bn CEF (48th Highlanders)

135 Bn CEF Middlesex



136 Bn CEF

137 Bn CEF Calgary


138 Bn CEF Edmonton Alberta

139 Bn CEF Northumberland



140 Bn CEF New Brunswick

141 Bn CEF Rainy River District


142 Bn CEF London's Own

143 Bn CEF British Columbia Bantams

The 144th Battalion CEF was the third battalion raised by the 90th Winnipeg Rifles. The battalion was authorized effective December 22nd 1915 and sailed for England September 16th 1916 where after its arrival was absorbed into the 16th Reserve Battalion.

144 Bn CEF

145 Bn CEF



146 BN CEF

147 Bn CEF Grey




148 Bn CEF 

149 Bn CEF


150 Bn CEF Mont Royal Carabiniers

More CEF badges CEF 151-175


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