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Soldiers of the 1st Newfoundland Regiment at bayonet practice in Scotland

Soldiers of the Newfoundland Regiment at bayonet practice in Scotland

Presentation of Colours, Royal Newfoundland Regiment in the First World War

Presentation of Colours, Royal Newfoundland Regiment in the First World War

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The Royal Newfoundland Regiment of Fencible Infantry 1803-1816- Sergeant, Battalion Company

The Royal Newfoundland Regiment of Fencible Infantry Sergeant, Battalion Company

Presentation of Colours, Royal Newfoundland Regiment in the First World War

Presentation of Colours, Royal Newfoundland Regiment in the First World War

Less than two weeks after Beaumont Hamel more Newfoundlander volunteers were ready to 'do their part' ...  Third Battalion Newfoundland Regiment July 1916 Inspection of Third Battalion, A and B Companies, First Newfoundland Regiment before leaving for England on July 19, 1916.  In 1911 Newfoundland had a population of 242,000.Battalion Newfoundland Regiment July 1916

Newfoundland Regiment at Beaumont Hamel and Gallipoli - Rolly Martin Country

WWI, 9 May 1917, Battle of Arras, Transport column of the 1st Newfoundland Regiment marching back to their billets after action at Monchy-le-Preux (13 April 1917) and Les Fosses Farm (23 April 1917). Berneville.©IWM Q 5351

WWI, 9 May Battle of Arras, Transport column of the Newfoundland Regiment marching back to their billets after action at Monchy-le-Preux April and Les Fosses Farm April Berneville.©IWM Q 5351

Newfoundland Memorial Park, Beaumont Hamel

Newfoundland Memorial Park, Beaumont Hamel

Presentation of Colours, Royal Newfoundland Regiment in the First World War

Presentation of Colours, Royal Newfoundland Regiment in the First World War

John R. Bennett, the Newfoundland Minister of Militia, inspecting troops of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment at Ecuires, 25 June 1918.

The Royal Newfoundland Regiment Imperial War Museum image The Newfoundland Minister of Militia (John R. Bennett) inspecting the regiment at Ecuires on 25 June

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