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The Army Museum

Badge, Military


Accession number: 2013.15.03
Date: 1914 – 1918
Materials: Silver, Brass
Measurements: 32 mm Diameter
Group: Canadian Expeditionary Force
Military Unit: 28th Canadian Infantry;18th Canadian Infantry
Culture: Canadian;British
Narrative: Awarded to John Thibadeau of Church Point Nova Scotia. He was living in Lynn Masachusetts when he enlisted in the 249th Canadian Infantry Battalion on 14 January 1918. He subsequently served with the 8th and 28th Canadian Infantry Battalions overseas. 
Description: World War I Class B War Service Badge; Slightly convex sterling silver badge with a vertical broach pin; Centre of badge voided with a script Royal Cipher GRI and surmounted by Tudor Crown; Outside circle has the words: FOR KING AND EMPIRE SERVICES RENDERED