4th Canadian Armoured Division - Badge/Button

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The 4th Canadian (Armoured) Division was created by the conversion of the 4th Canadian Infantry Division at the beginning of 1942 in Canada. The division proceeded overseas in 1942, with its two main convoys reaching the United Kingdom in August and October. The division spent almost two years training in the UK before crossing to Normandy in July 1944. It participated in the battle of the Falaise pocket, the advance from Normandy and spent almost two months engaged at the Breskens pocket. It wintered in the Netherlands and took part in the final advance across northern Germany.

This is a round metal badge, sometimes referred to as a button. Is made of metal with a protective plastic cover, has a copper pin back.

Size: 2.5 cm/1"
Material: Metal and plastic.

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