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petroleum refilling point


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Today in Military History

June 6



1813:

British defeat American army at Stoney Creek, Upper Canada


1944:

D-Day, Canadian casualties are described as "light"; 340 killed, 574 wounded, 47 captured


1944:

NORMANDY LANDING


1944:

NORTH-WEST EUROPE 194-45, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 5 May 45)


1944:

R.R.C. - based in Toronto. Served in England and France - parachuted in to France.


1945:

Lt. Andre van Kerre Broeck- de Sonneville Belgian Army/Resistance fighter/Dutch-French Connection walks back to Belgium barefoot after 3 years of Nazi incarceration




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