Snapshots March 2019

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 WWII Canadian Halifax Bomber crew from 431 Bomber Squadron, RCAF.

WWII Canadian Halifax Bomber crew from 431 Bomber Squadron, RCAF.

 Undated press photo just has “Long Binh” written on it. Long Binh functioned as a U.S. Army base, logistics center, and major command headquarters for United States Army Vietnam (USARV) during the Vietnam War.

Undated press photo just has “Long Binh” written on it. Long Binh functioned as a U.S. Army base, logistics center, and major command headquarters for United States Army Vietnam (USARV) during the Vietnam War.

 After serving in Burma, 1891-92 with the 52nd Infantry at Katchin Hills and the Nanigkhan Colume, the Hon. Sir Edward Arthur Dalzell, CB, took command of the 43rd Infantry and went to South Africa during 1899-1902 (where this photo was taken). He was the commandant of Heilbron and Section of Line of Communications and took part in the Relief of Kimberly, Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, and Dreifontein. He retired a full colonel in 1908.Snapshots

After serving in Burma, 1891-92 with the 52nd Infantry at Katchin Hills and the Nanigkhan Colume, the Hon. Sir Edward Arthur Dalzell, CB, took command of the 43rd Infantry and went to South Africa during 1899-1902 (where this photo was taken). He was the commandant of Heilbron and Section of Line of Communications and took part in the Relief of Kimberly, Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, and Dreifontein. He retired a full colonel in 1908.Snapshots

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