Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa and the Liberation of the Netherlands Plaque

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Municipality/Province: Ottawa, ON

Memorial Number: 35059-100

Type: Copper plaque

Address: 2 Queen Elizableth Drive

Location: Cartier Square Drill Hall, in the Governor General's Foot Guards Regimental Museum

GPS Coordinates: Lat: 45.4215916   Long: -75.6880404

Contributor: Clive Law. Richard Turcotte

This memorial plaque erected by Dutch Canadians of Ottawa is dedicated to the everlasting memory of the members of the Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa who participated in the glorious campaign of 1944-1945 that led to the liberation of the Netherlands.

There is a second Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa and the Liberation of the Netherlands Plaque at this location, but in a different display.

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To the everlasting memory of the members of

THE CAMERON HIGHLANDERS OF OTTAWA
with the living and the dead, who together with other
Canadian and Allied servicemen participated in the glorious
campaign of 1944-1945 that led to the liberation of The Netherlands.

Presented by

the grateful Dutch Canadians of Ottawa
May, 1970

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