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Dominion Day

The Film

Year
1916

Running Time
01 min 36 s

Producer
Topical Film Company

Canadian troops are reviewed by King George V on Dominion Day. The Canadians at Bramshot celebrating Dominion Day. Horse artillery passes left to right with 18-pounder guns. His Majesty accompanied by Lord French reviews the Canadians. Infantry and Artillery troops marching past the King who is taking the salute. Canadian Highlanders march past King and Lord French who are on horseback.


Pieces of History

Was The Great War Canada’s War Of Independence?

After the Great War

Canada's Mounted Troops


Images

5th Canadian Mounted Rifles Military Day Parade in Sherbrooke, June 4, 1915 Fort Garrys on the March Troops of the 73rd Battalion RHC, CEF Marching Past King George V and Field Marshall Lord French at Hankley Common, July 1, 1916

Other Materials

The 13th (Royal Highlanders of Canada) Battalion

Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI)

The 5th (Western Cavalry)