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World War One War Diary

  • Unidad documental compuesta
  • 1914-11-01 - 1919-01-01

The War Diary covers the activities of the Regiment from arrival in the UK until after the cessation of hostilities in November 1919. It includes descriptions of all major actions.

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Regimental Executive Committee fonds

  • PPCLI Fonds 60
  • Fondo
  • 1977-2012

The fonds consists of minutes and agendas of Regimental Executive Committee meetings, annexes to the minutes, records of decisions, pre-meeting reading packages, audio recordings of meetings (2001-2004), and related correspondence.

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. Regimental Executive Committee

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Regimental Guard fonds

  • Fonds 61
  • Fondo
  • 1977-2016

The fonds consists of minutes, agendas, sound recordings of meetings, correspondence, reports, directives, constitutions, and statements of goals and objectives.

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. Regimental Guard

PPCLI portraits of COs and RSMs collection

  • PPCLI Collection 75
  • Colección
  • 1914-2006

The collection consists of portraits of Colonels-in-Chief, Colonels of the Regiment, Commanding Officers (COs) and Regimental Sergeants-Major (RSMs) of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, its Battalions, and other units, along with short biographical sketches and tables documenting the dates of change of command.

Friendly fire incident (2002) collection

  • PPCLI Collection 93
  • Colección
  • 2002 - 2005

The Tarnak Farm incident, more familiarly known in Canada as "the friendly fire incident", occurred on April 17, 2002 near Kandahar, Afghanistan during Operation Apollo. The 3rd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Battle Group (3PPCLIBG) was conducting night-time anti-tank and machine gun firing exercises, which were mistaken for enemy fire by U.S. Air National Guard fighter jet pilots. The pilots attacked, killing Canadian soldiers Marc Leger, Ainsworth Dyer, Richard Green, and Nathan Smith, and injuring at least eight others. They were the first Canadian casualties of the Afghanistan War, and the incident generated a massive public response. The collection consists of news clippings; printouts of online news stories; TV news clips; scrapbooks of news clippings; messages of condolence received by PPCLI in the form of email messages, condolence books, letters, and sympathy cards; eulogies of the deceased soldiers; and the contents of an album of photographs and memorabilia from Marley Leger's visit to Bosnia.

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry

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