Category: 22nd Battalion (French Canadian), Canadian Expeditionary Force, World War I

Categories: Canadian Expeditionary Force, World War I | Royal 22nd Regiment

This category contains profiles of members of this unit.

​As the only combatant unit in the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) whose official language was French, the 22nd (French Canadian) Infantry Battalion, commonly referred to as the “Van Doos” (from vingt-deux, meaning twenty-two in French).


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Person Profiles (7)

07 May 1877 Ste-Marie, Québec, Canada - abt 19 Feb 1948
22 Nov 1888 Ste-Marie-de-la-Nouvelle-Beauce, Quebec, Canada - 14 Dec 1970
31 Jul 1892 - 25 Dec 1916 photo
11 Aug 1890 Quebec, Canada - 09 Nov 1917
01 Apr 1896 Bouctouche, Kent, New Brunswick - 11 Apr 1917 photo
14 Mar 1922 Bourget, Ontario, Québec - 20 Aug 1945
23 Apr 1888 Montréal, Québec, Canada - 05 Mar 1967 photo




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