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WAR DIARY
OF
THE SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS OF CANADA ;1 c.,.-

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TRIPLICATE
(SIrike olll where nol applicable)
1
IllstrllCtlona at War
lliaries: ,which w111.b4(ke)t ta first 48y
ot mob111atioa qr _bodJaeat} are CQILt&1ll.e4
W4R DIAay
or
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A.J\C. 2ll.8
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(erase head1D& not required)
Or1a1nal., duplicate &JIll. tr1pl1cate
to Jte to:rwarded to O.itc 2D4 Echelon
tord1sposal.
, place Dat.
o . 1
Barracks
, .
2,. pr.40
3 Arr.40
4 J
.,
2030
0900
1;00 h
0900
0900
1500
. SlJllB&r7 Events and
Order No. 89, Part. I. and II.
1 rout1ae.
'c te or 6 Of'1I:ers attendet1 T.E.W.T. on de.enSH of v1llage at
... House Farm.
-- tta110n Ho. 90, Parts I. tmd II. issued.
ro\;.t1ne. Afternoon, 'as srent in recreaUonal tra!o.lng.
Clon. Broun, lIc weUare or troops. ted the Re.:lment.
re Drill
. ttallon nrder rio. 91, f arts 1. and II.' issued.
Exanination conducte4 by r.lvls1onal Signal Off1cor for class1flcQ .
Imenta1 Sicnal1ers.
1 Pte. Conway, G. ". tried by Dlatr1ct Court l:artial tor
5 504 Pte. McHenry, D.F. tried by P1strlct Court taart1al tor
. '. rece1ved from 2 Cdn. lQi' . Me. regarding Tactical Scheme to
oJ he at Lower star Post on 9.At'r.40 and lO.Arr.40 attached Leret.
ttal10n Order No. 9.t, I. And II. issued.
\.
Reaa;rJat., retensl.Ma to
Append. & lnitla16. _.

ppendu

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, panda 1 .
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:re,-1. or , War
ia1'1 ea : (which W111b . a.,t troa f1l'tR 481
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DIARY
ot mobil1zatloiL _bocl1M*tl are caa.tatna4 or
...
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2118
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9' (Title pase. will be prepared)- (erase head1JJg not required)
OriC1nal., duplicate 8JIIl trtpUaat.
to lie to o.11e 2JIIl Rehelon
tor d1sposal.
" Place Dat. BOur

Barrtlcks,
: :
6 ... 40
_ 1330
7
.40
8 .. r .40
0845
1015
1'-00
SlBlary ot Events and Intorat1ou'
no. 9'; f'arts I. and II. 13sued.
. rou t1ne. No
ot 6O'other
Order no. r Jf,
Catholic Church Parada.
tour to \f1:lchester.
ot !Deland aDd fNIb7ter1an Chrucb Parade. _
r of 30 'other ranks lert on a sightsee1ng tour of Windsor.
. Officer retl1.,ecJ trom Senior Officers' Coarse
resumed eommadd of the Battalion. ..ather colder.
-" t tacbe4 hereto.
40 attached hereto.
o O.C. 2 edna Inf. ada. at
n a reconnaisance of the
for the occupatl:m of a defens1ve pos1t1on. Operations Orders
1'94t4 from 2 edn. 1nf. 36e. attached here1:q.
," Orficer attended D1vis1onal r.E.w.f. i orde!' attachecJ.
ttal10n Order 1'10. Parts I. and II. is .....
Sews received that Cermany had norway and Denoark.
First naval Battle of the war reported to be in p...oeress.
rerezeac .. to
; Append. & In1tlal8.
,

Appendix 16.
Ap.pentu 17.
Apfendix 18.
Appendix 19.
20.
Appendix 21.

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WA.R DIAay
or
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M.I'.K. 11.
A.F.e. 211S
Instruction. at War
Diaries: (wh1ch rill. be)ce:pt trom first clay
of' mobilization Ql' _bocl1aeJlt} are cOIltainad
in F.S ep. TQlo 1. SIC BIt.
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l
(Title pages w11l be prepared)
-N.'l' 1.-1 G E 1+ C E
(erase heading not required)
Original., duplicate BJId. triplicate .
to be forwarded to O. i1a 2m! Eohelon
fa'/: disposal.
Place SUmmary of Events and Int'orlllltion
RemarJm., ref'e?elLCea to
Append. & Initial.s. _.
0 _ .t
Barraca, 9.
-500
1500
1130
1830
1830
2200
10 40
COlO
0100
g(\
.
0500
v 1 tn1n1lli carr1ed on durlnc .the oorning.
ttallon Parade.
ttallorl moved out or tonal Barracks tor Lm:;er star Post b,. route

ttallon "0 Groups reclevad orders trom for
'Ci tion of Defensive posIt1on at Lower Star Post. co:::;,an;r Com-
or made raeonna1 sance.
r 'n _ of Battalion ,'l"I"1ved an4 took up position.
s reeel\'8d to w1tb4raw. 2 1/c and 2 Vets Co7S. lett for
c ,'1aance.
1'1' tion Order Attached bereto
.. rved .1n the field.
trillon coumenced to w1 thdrn to Norr1. Bride- Area by ti. T.
tt"llon Order 110. 9" J1arts I. and II. issued
ttallon arrived at, detensI'ge pos1tion less -,,- F.cheloo Transport,
beeama detached from the maIn CODV07.
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t, 0., 'L Ol .GeB.turnef'.,lII.C.
t
D.C.lle. and Kaj
_ I 1 .. tended the ere se. Col. E. W.
0., Lt.Col.taurence,K.C., jor Capt. F.D
J Procter attended from 2 Cdn. In!. Me. start.
ttallon to camp by route l"'Arch.
tra1n1nC parades. General. lesve ted to all ranks.
t tn110n Order No. 97, Parts I. and II. issued e
Appen41x 22.

Appen4U 26.
ApL end1x 2!j.
Instruct10Da reprdinc preparation or War
, Diaries: (which will be)cept. troit first day
ot mobilization or eabod:1aeJlt) are cantain.&d
WAR DIARY
or
II.F .ll. 11.
2118
in F.6. a .... Tolo 1.
(Title pages will be prepared)
r 'll 'r 1 'G C
(erase heading not
Ori"ginal, duplicate ami tripllcate
to be forwarded to O.11e 2nd Echelon
for disposal.
Place . Date S1lll!!l8.rY of Events and IntOrlllt1on
ra:te-rene.ea to
Append. & Initials.

!rorv.Jl :',. 11 Apr.
Darrfict.S,
1 .Arr.4
- Apr.
. :
. 0<)00

0900
0915
. 10}0
". 1 r() tine
... ficial of Court - ,;e!ltence of ,t(;s. COr1i1:Y
cI:l3nry-ca:1victcd of ;.i:-l(1 to 40 dUiS c}oti!n t,;,
perc ti)rl Crt
1
.or rOT oeCil;U tlon to;;; (;1' r:CtJT i'irbrlcht
uttuched l1creto.
.. ;;0. 9'1, r I. 11.
rlorcal routine.
"Aft and "BI' Coys. to Aldershot and Plrbr1&h t Trenches
Opera tioll Order At t. !:ereto as
Dattall::m Order ::0. 9', Parts I. II. 1ssuoc.
nomal no afternoon rarades.
Dnttnlion Or1cr tZo.{1Jf1. r arts I. <.lnd II. lssueC:.
"A" a...'1d returned to CUJ:lp fran tho
noc.:'1n en tho11c Church Parade.
Church (If rnclood Church
Frt"!'; b:rtorlo.n CLurch
r! ondlx 26.
pendix 29
tl <.mcix ,30.
Appendix 34.
Apr.:endix '-
; ,
Instructions preparation or War
Diaries: (which rill. from tirst
WAR
K.P.Il. 11-
A.F.C. 2118
at mobilization or e.bod1aeilt} are cantatna4 or
in r.s. Rep. "01.1. 5 C n r:; T.
Original., aDd tripliaate
to be forWarded to 0.i1a 2nd Echelon
tor d1sposal.
o 1 "'.
Barracks,
(Title pages be prepared)
(erase heading not required)
Place Date
1 .Apr.
1 .Apr.
SUIIIIIl&l'Y of and IntorDllt1on "
I . at c
Procress R .40 attached hereto
BattalIon J. 0' Gro out to "Ch1d4eaden tor a T.E.WeT.
on Battalion Attack with Tanka.
Remainder ot Battalion carried out normal routine.
reterenc.e." to
- Append. & Initials.
e .
20,-,0 A discus8lon or the T .E.';',.'l'. held at Cheltenham was carrIed 0""
un4er D1visional arrangements.
1900
"l}OO
Battalion Order No. 101, Parts 1. and II. Issued.
, Normal. rout1ne. "
C and D Companies moYed o Jt to trench at Plrbrlght. OperatIon
order attached hereto as append1% '
Battalion No . 102, Parts I. and II. Issued.
Normal routIne. "'
A lecture .. glY8n to all Orrlcera ot 1 Cdn. D1ve by GeDeral Sir
W.E4mIlD4 Ironal4e, a.e.B., O.M.G., D.S.Oel e.I.G.S.
Battalion Ordor l'fo. 103, Parts I. ant! II; ssue4.

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pend1x 42. --
" to Ede.ll. "'
C&pt.W.G.1i.Roat attaohed to One ottl8l' rank attached to
K52680Pt". Drake, I. attaohed to Bde. 88 Norwegian _..
Interpreter. -
}OO Ranks. Edmn. R. moved out ot Morval Camp in tul1 marching
order w1 th olothlng suitable tor 8 0014 climate. n
unknown.
(Continued)
resa;d1ng Qt war
Diaries: (which will. from' first day
ot mobilization or eIlbod1UJlt) are ccm.taina4
. - 'WA.R DIAaT
Il,.: ' or
. .
M.l' .K. ,1I.
A.F.e. 2118
, in F.S. R .... VoL 1. 3 E C E E r 'N
0/ (Title pages be prepared)
L G C
(erase hea.ding not
Original, aDd triplicate
to be forwarded to 0.110 2nd Eohelon
tor disposal.
Place Date Hour

19
.Apr.
o
SlIIIIIDary of Events and IntOl'Dlltion
t lIO'Yed out ot, Delville Camp in full k r
wi th cloth1Hg su1 table tor a cold deBti
o all ranks, Edmn. H. moved out ot Morval Camp 1n tu.ll marching
er equipped w1th cl.othlng suitable tor a oold climate. destlnati

all ranko, p.r.e.L.I. 1DOyed o:t ot DelvilleCamp in full c
er equipped with cloth1ne suitable tor a cold cll,,'nate, destina 1

,. 2 Cdn. Int. fide. moved out ot Morval Camp in full marching ord
equipped with clothing sniteble tor a cold climate, destination
Battalion Order No. 104, Parte I. and II. is!3Ued.
.n.Stevenson, E.D. assumed Command ot 'the remainder
Int. Bde. ..
Major c. C. l"errie, assumed Command or ,the Battalion.
Remainder ot 2 Cdn. Inf. B4e. onl2 houra Qotl,ce
. Ind1 vIdual tra.i.c1ng carried out due to large numbers required for
fatigues.
f'arty ot 64 ranks lett on conduoted tour or Blrmingham.
Batta:..lon Ord8l:" No. 10.5. I. and II. i8sued.
Uormal routine. No arternoon parades.
Battalion Order r:o . 106, ;'arts I. and II. issued.
Remaru, reterencea to
Append. & Initials.

Appendix 4.5.
Appendix 46.
eoo.1x 47.
end1x 48.
Appendix
Appendix ,SO. ,
Instructions at War
Diarl es: (whioh will )cept tram fir" clay
ot mobilization or em.bod1&eilt) are contained
:.
WAR DIABY
or
. ,
P'.K. 11.
A.F.e. 2118
in F.B. Rep. Tol. 1. 3 1; C H L 1..l'
(Title pages Yi111 be prepared) (erase heading. not
s' tJ II 11. A
required)
Or1giDal, duplicate aDd triplicate
to be forwarded to 0.110 2nd Eohelon
tor d1 sposal.
, Place
Morval W.

Dat. ' .Hour S1l\lIIIl8..ry Of Events and Int'orJat1on
"08}O oman Church
10,0 Churoh l)aro.de.
20.Apr.40 &ttaohed hereto
hereto
issued to Battalion attaohed h
. eld i'''irlng.
and II. issued.
A and. D Conpa. les carr ied out Field Fir
Battalion Ord.er ;io. 108. Parts I. and II. lsoued.
.
Reacig,uarters Company oarried out field firing.
1600 A lecture was given to all Offioers ot 1 Cdn. Div., by Brlgadlor
J. A. H. QaGJ:lell, D.3.0., Il.G.S., 4th Corps, on "Present
Conditions in ?'r8Ilce".
19,0 13 and C moved o.tt. to ocoupy trenches at Pirbr1{!ht. ;"1
and recolUlaisanoe parties were activo during the alent. and C C
captured 7 prisoners.
DattalioIl Order :;0. 109, Parts I. and 11. issued.
Remark&, references to
- : Append. &; Init1als.
1% 51.
pend1.x 52.
AppencUx
endix ,54
ppend1x .55

56.
57. .
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Appendix 58.
Appen,11x 59.
Instruct10Da reprd1nc or War
Diaries: (which will belcept from t1rs1o day
ot mobilization or eIIlbocl1&ellt') are- cant8.1Jlad.
- WAR BIAay
or
M.!' .K. 11-
A.F.e. 2118
in F.S. R
e
18. Tol. 1. E eRE T
(Title pages be prepared)
.
(erase heading not required)
Original, duplicate aDd triplicate
to be forwarded to 0.i1o- 2nd Eohelon
for disposal.
Place flat.

Barracks,
Hour
!'1ormal routine.
. S1l1lllll8rY ot Events and Int-orJrAt1on
Remarks-, rete-rt!tIlcea to
: Append. & Initials
1400 A deI!1Onstration was given on Assault River Crossing by
the R.C. E.
2000 CCompnny illlsucce5sft:l1y raIded B Coy. trenches Dnd lost 12 men .,
. taken f,rlsoner. Divisional Instructions for occupation of trencr.es
at teched (erato as a[;pencix
Trench !.!ap, Perbright, Right Com! any Area, a ttachad hnreto
Trench !Jap, f'arbrlght , Left Cor.rany a ttt.,ched hereto.
,
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. " : . . 1 .i;o. '1 n.e.A.S.C. hereto
J. 110, Pnrts and II. issuod.
0100 D ar..d. C Coor-anies raturn
Ranaincer of DnttQlion carried out norool routine.
0900 1I.Q. 2 Cen. Inf. ,F.dm. R. and ;'. r.e.L.I. returnod from! ort
of ':<'11borkntlon in Scotland. 48th HiGhlanders and SerU'orth Pipe
Bands cat troops at station .
1400 A mQssod Pipe Band pract1se, composed of Toronto Scottish, 48th
and Se3forth Pipe Bends was held on the
:'10rva1 Paraee Ground.
Battal10n Order Ill, Parts I. and II.
Instructions or War
Diaries: (which will bekept trom first day
WAR DIARY
ot mobilization or em.bod1aent} are ccmt8.1nad or
l' . J,{. lI.
A.F.e. 2118
in F.S. lIep. Tol. 1. ;a E C n t I, I N.W E . E
(Title pages w111 be prepared)
(erase heading not
S Kd l A iXJ
required)
Original., duplicate ami triplicate
to be rorwarded to a. ita 2nd Eohelon
r or di sposal.
Place Date
o
Darracks ,
28 , Jlr.40
29' rr.40
0900
0900
0930
1000
1400
SUmmary 6t Events and Inf'orDlltion
!:Iter
_ r lndor of norn!ng was occnpiod in tra1ninc.
o afternoon parades.
ttn11on Orear :;0. 112, Forts I. nnd II. is.moo.
Cn tholic Church S
h of Sor,land Chl.:rch j!aru!1a.
sb:;torla."l Church 1 arode
L:hlcom of A Coy. fell fro:1 a t:,uck and was ;;laced on the
'3criousl;:r list at Cacbridge HospItal.
:lay. 40 at tacl-.od bereto
: r.40 a Loreto
by Lt. Clark, reference'being
the recen t move of the Edmn. n.
Order no. 113, Tarts I. II. 1sgJed.
Remarks-, reterencea to
: Append. & Initials.

Appendix 70.
ArponcUx 71.
Ar' 1.'end1x ,2
Arpendix 73.

Appendix 74.
AppendiX 75.
Instruct10Da reprd1nc of War
Diaries: (which l'Jill be,kept trom first day
WAR DIARY
ot mobilization or eIIIlbod:1lieilt) are cantainad or
!'.K. 11.
A.F.e. 211S
in F.S. Rep. Vol 0 1. S r; c n Fe T. .1 N !l' ai! L G-E .LS .u. K.
\7 (Title page. will be prepared) (erase beadillg not required)
Original, duplicate triplicate
to be forwarded to O.itc 2nd Echelon
tor disposal.
, Place Date
.-....,. , -
0 ... v ..... t.'.
Darracks,
3C . Arr.4C
}lOur
'1
1800
SUIIIIlal"Y of and IntOrDetion
--- , ..
\ went on an 8 nilo routo wns followed by
lataDn Tncticnl Schemes.
Pnrade'.-;as carried out during tho day_
cturo on 1tTbe was c1ven to all Officers of
Cdn. In1'. TIde. by Lt.Gcn. Cory-
I--ttnli:,;!) Order !io. 114, Purts I. :md II.
-c:
,
. -
1m.,.
(J. 3. Stevenson) Lt. Col. "
o. C. The Senorth of C.
Remaru, references. to
.... A.ppend. & Initials.
A;;pe db: 76.
Appendix 77.
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SEC RET
lCDS/2-5
HEADQ,UARTERS 1ST CANADIAN DIV ISION
Copy No.--..;7 ___ _
6 Mar. 40.
A.A. Protection of Shipping.
1. To provide protection to trawlers, mine-sweepers, etc.
working off tho East coast of the British Isles and to give
actual practice in A,A. firing, it has been decided to detail
teams from A.A. L.VI.G. platoons of units of 'l Cnnadinn Division.
to protect such ships. The v'lholo detachment detn.iled to this
duty will be referred to as "The Shipping A.A. Protective
Do tn.cbmont (C:::madian) 11 (S.A.A. P.D. ) ..
2, Lt.H.H.A.Parker, 48 Highrs., will cOIllL'TIand the ShippinG
A.A. Protective De tachment, which will consist of thirto.:.;n or more
A.A. teams as in paras 3 and 4 bolow.
3. Each A.A. terun will consist of one N.C.O. and one privr-.tc
soldier. Teams will be detailed as"follows:
I Cdn. Inf .Bde.
2 Cdn. Inf .Bde.
3 Cdn. Inf.Bde.
Sask.L.I.(M.G.)
R.M.R.

'. Four teaIns.
.. Three
-- Three "
'. One team
... One tomn
One team.
4. The will bo detailed to be held in reserve
eight hours notice to leave Aldershot Area in tho event of
. reinforcemonts being required:
One team
T\'''o teams
Tvvo tenms
'.
-
l' Cdn. Iill' .Bdo.
2 "
3 "
5. With a viev{ to giving in l\ . A . firing, Inf.3dcs .
will ensure that as mrrny units as possible aro r epresented in
teams d e tuiled,
6. , Teruns vvill bo required to sail in sl!L'1l1 ship,; based u!Jcr.
the PORT of LONDON. Duration of voyages \:ill be from tl'..I'ce to
four weeks" including stops at intermediate points.
7. Cupt.G.H.B.Bcytsi MC, 3 Rajputana Rifles, vlill be
Anti-Aircraft tlilita ry Liaison Officer (A.A..M.L.O.) with
Hoadqu arters at 2 NEWELL ST., E Telephono Ei\.ST .5986.
The .A.A.M .L.O. will form the link behveon the and
lUli tary authorities and 'vyill repor t the departure rJld return
of ships carrying Canadian J,.1\. teams' to H.Q. 1 Cdn. Div,_
8. '!bE Commo.nder, Shipping A Detachment "uiIl
be prepar ed to go to seo.. vTi th a convoy, but if liQ1 so coploycd,
will o.ssist the A.A. M.t.O.
Action at Sea.
9. Troops when -embarkod como under tho provisions of the :.::::rcr.-
ant Shipping l':.ct. All orders 0.8 to COnd-l.l.ct nnd action,
opening ;f fire, will be given by tho master of th2 ship.
f
,-
2 ..
10. Cases of misconduct will be reported by the master
concerned ' to ' Senior Naval' accompanied ' oy a
statement of evidence. S.N.O, in turn will report s,uch
incidents to" A.A.M.L.O. . "'-" &.
11. Shipping A.A.Protoctive Detachment will be prepared to
prooaed to WATERLOO STA., LONDON so as to arrive not later
1100 hrs on 9 .Mar. 40. Arrangements for the move
will bamade ' by' 1 Cdn. Div, in conjunction with
Movement Control I Command. ,A,c tual time of arr1 vel.
a,nd weight ufbaggage will be notified by D.A.Q.M.G .J not lRter
than the day previQus to ' despatch, to A.A.M.L.O., who will
arrange .for naya1 to. meet tho On arrival at
WATERLOO STA.,. th,e papty li11 report to R.T.O
q
'who will direct
them , to waiting. trans'port.
- .
12. . Comd. S.A.A.P.D. s,ho,ul,d ,get in touch with A.A,H.L.O, to
find out time of reporting in case he is required to r0port in
o,ftr.oops.
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'" ADMIN ISTR.I(T ION
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1,3. Dress. . ...
Tho following will be taken:-
, Great'coat'"
'steef helinet
spira t _o'r -
'. ..' fir.st_Ft"old Dressing
. Canvas Overalls
Muff1-or .
, Oldest uniform.
E
1
uipment.
4. Each team will take
(a) 6tie Lewis gun comp18te witp A.A. mOtul"Clng,
gun chest, spare parts, "far equipmQn t scale of
magazines (10).
(b) Water-proof' Lewis gun cover (or if this is
available, a ground sheet) to keep ,sea spray off
tho gun.
(0) maple supply of oil and cleaning material.
I
Rifles, bayonets, and S.A.A. will NOT be taken. No equip-
ment will be taken, except water-bottle-;-Eaversack and pr_ck to
carry a change of clothing, and a minimum of small kit.
Ammunition.
15, S.A.A. at 500 per gun, to be taken loaded 1 in 5,
I.C.I. Tracer, will be provide4 by at the
Bedding and Sea Clothing .
19. Th: following will be s,?-p'pltecl. hy the Royal Navy:
Hammocks
Blankets
Sea
Oil Skin Jacket and Trousers
Duffle coats
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17. Unit issue pay in advanc8 up to
incl. 31 Mar. 40, to all p8rsonnel of g.A,A.P,D. prior to thei.'t'
from ALDERSHOT. '
, ,
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.:... . . .
I
Rations
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I '
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# .. :.
18. 'Tho l::"loxpended portion of the day's ration on do. to of
departure vIill be ' taken by all ranks. Rations for subsequent
days will be provided by the Royal Navy.
,
Nominal Rolls.
,19. In quadruplicate vIill be taken by Comd. S.A.A.P.DQ
' .. '-senlorN.C.O. accompanying the party and handed to the A.A.j,I.L.O,
on arrival'at the port.
20. Inf.Bdes. and M.G. Bns. will report r.Jgimenta1 mlL'1bcr,
rank, full name and initialj and unit of personnel dctnil.cd
A.A. teams to H.Q, 1 Cdn. Div4 forthvIith. Reserve tcruns ;.:ill
be shmm separately under heading "RESERVE".
Intercommunication,
21. PJstul Address:-
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1. '\Vith reference to the E/n one additional
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of from duty at see . 'l'ea-:is t:ll1 be relieve;:;' by
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ceed to London nt very short notice. This is necessary
bece.usc it may happen 'that a team '.vlll return fror:1 sea
to London at noon anc., unless relicvod, would be required
to proceed to sea aGain the sru:ne evening.
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teams of thoir OY;,,'n units \111ic11 they relieve on arrival
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April 26, 1940.
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PROGRESS R7?ORT
Week endinR; .Anril 20th, 1940
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1 . Introduction
Satisfactory progess has been by all
companies this v;eek. Ov:ing to trench occu)ation .. ':hich
necessitatedilthe doubling up of duty days no batallion
.training was done . The com.panies each practised indepen-
dently those subjects which most attention.
Traininp;
(a) L.U.G. - time was spent in up train-
ing in the weapon both for Ground and anti-aircraft.
(b) P.T. and. Bayonet - tv;o period spent in this
and L"ll.prove;n.en t shovrn.
(c) Attack - A :full day was devoted to two sided
attack blank SAA and valuable lessons 'tlere learned.
These schemes v.rere al,:ays follo'wed by a critic.:.,ue. In tl:e
past section co":imander control has been weak and stress
is placed on this with conse.,:;,uent improve:n.ent.
(d) iiithdTawal - Practised and inlprovc:lcnt noted.
(e) Defense - T"iiO cO[;.i.yani es occupied trenches
in defense. The occu]ation ani vdth-
druv'la1 v/ere both done with dispatch and. no confusion. ::uch
of the creiit of the success of this ca:l be e;iven to the
efficientyof platoon GUides without a t.itch.
Great 8:lthusiasm. shovm by all ra!Lk;:S in tr..e "bat tie".
CO.:::::lpany cO;':T,'anders Viere forced to restrain the entr .. usie.s::n.
for patrols, etc. to effect proper tactical of
platoon. l.'he Q, br'anch of each CO:slllany furttione:i ..;; e:r::ec tly
and. zaeals Vlere :prepared on and of good .... Iv is
considered that this is the best ty)e of trainin
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pos3iole
sin.ce it closely resG7'J.bles ac service con::i tio::.s.
tf) 1 'platoon (si:nals) - Daily truinin: of ooth
A and B sections cd vea and. "'Jroficiencv. noted..
(g) 2 platoon (.Aid - TraininG tr.e :pIa. tOO::1 s::':
h t d
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s OVv"'Il s ea y .LI:l:9rove:::len una.er new ';' . .i.. ;,-;vone. "\._ .,-,_ . .i,.
have been carried out end "assed with results. ?tactical
firing is required to 3en confidence in. their ,.e;c:,on.
(h) 3 :platoon (:.iortars) - Pro6ress sb.o;;n ':'.:1',':' so::::e
fine s.:.:loke shots carried out y-;ith knO\iled.ce cained in .. ind
effect, et c. 1:ortar e.::1:place.:rre nts ciug and :nen show cooe.
ledge of calD.oaflage. A co.:n.:pany sc.h.erae with ::lortar co.a;.c:.:.'a.tin<3
'Was nerfor:n.ed. on loth ar:d 17th ;,;ith good results.
(i) 4 platoon (carriers) - Attack and defense
both carried. out in. conjunction .. dth conpanies.
spent during the week in rifle L.1I.G. hanilin.s .: ro::.:-ess
of platoon very satisfactory.
(j) 5 platoon (pioneers) .. All vJeek s]eut i:1 :-e-
gim.ental duties. T:xcellent ';icrk sh.::::rwn. flare t i..lle should. be
spent in. anti-ic-:as INor:k.
(k) -6 platoon tLTT) - Syllabus trainin.
G
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owine to de::an:is for tranS'Dort for c02Dar.y and bat2.11ion
SCnei11es. This honever d.ve - drivers '!3.1U:
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.ble,
ually working .. i th the - c03:;?a.nies. Good ex;eric:!ce ,,-:i V6Z1 in
ni2ht convoy v,ork. I'ime 5:)8nt in rifle trainin;;. ?ro,-:r . .:.:ss
in readi!lG, COl"lVO:',7 ..-{Ork, TIkl.inten:::LJlCe and vehicle
precautions is sho'j,-n.
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.and deficiencies noted.
Carried out by all
!,:orale and Disci::-line
is much ar...dvery sInall sick parades
are noticed. Discipline is :ood v.r1th no major crime. ::oralo
is very high but has suffered to SO:;1e extent .vith the c.epa=t-
ure oi' : the other t.',o units in theBriade. It vlill IJI'QVe in-
creasingly difficult to keep the interested in their train-
ing from now on. 'rhey all show .much desire for act.ive service.
ClothinG and
Sane as last week.
Conclusion
-j;hile the trainin2; this has :;rOVC!1
it is felt t.b.at i..-:J..;;!'ove:1ent can be ::::.ade in tactical
of sections and :?latoons if trainin2 .. :ere allo'"cd to
continue. Closer watch can be Given by cO;.l:'landers if
by batallion 3chEnes. 3till be
stressed to brine out cO!ltrol by section cO::J.::.und.ers.
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THE SEAFORTH OF CANADA
BATTALION ORDER NO. " 113.
BY LT. COL". :T. B. STEVENSON, E. D
P.A R T I.
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Morval W., England,
29.Apr.40.
ORDERLY OFFICER, PSM(W.O.III)Shipperbottoo,R.W
Next for Duty ... Lieut. l". L. Malkin
ORDERLY SERGEANT' , 30.Apr.40 Sgt. David, ;I. A.
j,(t for Duty ......... Sgt. Gibson, J. G.
ORDERLY CORPORAL, 30.Apr.40 Cpl. Johnstone, E. G.
Next for Duty ...... Cpl. Mitchell, D. B.
2. 12RESS:
All ranks in possession of the Kilt will wear it for walking oct. The
Battle Dress Blouse may be worn with the kilt only when Tunic, Service
Dress. is not available.
3. SECURITY:
There will be a lecture on ttS.ecuri ty" in the Garrison cor::::encing
a.t 1400 hrs. today. The fo1lovdng will attend:
Ba.:'ttalion Headquarters
H'ead<Luarters Company
"B" Company
"'Cit Company
4. BICYCLES, G. S .. MK. V.
In future, Bicycles will. be used only on duty, and under no circUEsta nces
will they be issued to or used by individuals for private purposes.
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(VI. S. Murdoch) Captain
Adj. The Seaforth of C.
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KIR"KElIES l-w:'"lli1" - NORUEGLI\1'J .lc,ps in tbi s c.rca Qre renortcd to in-
olude one regt. of U?Gy. One inf btn has left forTROLBO by-sea.
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A.A. guns. One HO::?J\'"sgian bn is beinG organized Gn there are surficicnt
conscripts to forn 3 nore ons. The are fightinG aloTIC rly
line and b.t::.ve reached the S:mDISH border 60 niles E. of
}IA.t:1S0S - TROI iDHETII Area - The loco.l HOJ:'!:mgian. Co:J.dr royo:-t!J hiG
tps at 2 , 000 and in the COUTse of Bobilizntion. One
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STOD (B n!.les If.E. of The o:f one coy ia c:.t
VERD.ALELT tlith 6 LI.G'S. The lJorrTGGian t}!S are said to lE lack ec:.ui!';.:-::cnt
D...lld clon' t 1'78.!!.t to fiGht. Go:rrJ.3..n uirc:rai'Je n:re O'.Dorot; , .. g n i'::'o::u:l 122:0
5 Diles S.E. of TROl1DEEIl':I. FllYGhe:- NO!"l:regian tpsn.:ce si tuntcd on
HELL-lJE...WCER 1'ly 2.:.!ld arc reporterd to rill.vc cut the line 20 nile:::; E. of
HEGR)'D fo"""!- ;C' ""0,,/,,\07'+"'" +'0 e>.!..il1 hol(l;." .... OU';" "'-:"s h"'ve
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1--_ilhod paot it and have talmTI l'IER.A..KER lli"1d 2nd rove rco..chcd STORD_', r--:-r .
Imights (00 Diles E. of TR01IDlillTIl o..nc1 3 los f20Il the
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- ,liYSEH.Fort (50 \T.iS S.E. of 08LO), w. or IT of'
I BTOG:::'""'lT{ IT. '\7. of' ?:OlTGSVTITGER) astride tly line and lc.l:c 8 cf'
ao"t:ric1e rly line end lako at d.h:IJ_J.f";':;t ' ( GJOVJZ(?) :::::; .,
of S of ORdrUIT (24 'kT1f1 VI of GJOVIK) at GuLSV' 1\ (75 :71'1 u ; :: . ..
GJOOIK), S ot: BAKP:ERUD (55 1=:13 S of GUI.dv ill), at 38 u . of'
BAKKERUD). To t.he S of OSLO the hold the rly =.1 !Iit at
FJORD.
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NOT TO DE P'ulILISBED
bY RECEIV'"ill
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WALDVlISSE 1 salient. alld bct\';ocn EOSELLand \L\RlIIJr
No:!:r:JAY.
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BODO-RI'L!:{TIK nrc2.. GP?..r.T..I\ .lT A A Q.l.i.1.S o.1'C rc:,ortecl to be ut
BJERVIK, 2l1cl Dot GRATAlTGER.
On Apr 15 HOE.',:J::;GI.A1:r fOJ."'ces io FORSB.ATImI'T area '\7e:-o attc.c. cd. b'':!'
GEP1WTS 1';"i thout CTICCCSG. O:0pcsinC :forCOG ne!'c in cont.Doct Qt,
(4 niles S1;"'l of' BJERVIK on I-iJ;:J.iGEI:TG :FJ"ORD). GEr1,IAlTS a:rc I'C=-rc!'tcd -Co ce en
the. roy line lt2: niles EAST OF IT/u,:(VIK. Defending forces of' ITJill r'Il:
said. to bo Q.1J..i te stronc_
GElitT.AllS to be !:'.:.QkinG ar::'c:::lGc::1..ents to reinforco su:::'-:-;. l:t"
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c -, eT1 "t;1l of t)lO 7'"";T 7"Q"ll'-i n-' 1'i"'O''''' T'T;LL to "C1'8 S'""!EDISH be-'c; _.,
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Cllt off ITor-:::::o::n
.!cc 1.7:' th c.n:,' forces :
OSLO.
ere c.t lJ.tutE (C7 I.::JE.
2nd 2. 11[.:.8 LUl:-i:u\1:0, of rEG:::i I .
c--.,J--;-")"-.'j ric O.n -l-; ..... n t:""!J.. '"iT/" T (-;('. -_""',. -_., .... ,,,-_,. ::1..- -_,... -,' ','
J.. u .... _v uu t_"1oJ -' ...... \ . ........
the:,r in tl"lo of .lc}:e e-EB.: :IuTS e. t DJJ3.

CSJJO I'SSiS.1Gt}:lC C 2.21 -:!.128 8.J?CCl. 11[' ... 8 c":,
po..r-ciculG.3:1::r irr t:'l8 CO-G:.'7GCn . -:l].C:l. is
by' G3rc-:l\lT t;:")8. 021 2. .o:-C-O
GEEWjS cn::m::ce foZ' OSLO -C).; t

:-=".l .. Vl .!'_
if
(0) . ':1:0
( c ) To rc-sJc,c.:?t t:"lC of t12e L:.Qil t:!lv O ... 1LO
arOQ.
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2. DIDTMARK
.- . 40 ,000 GER!:;]uT tps and ' ships are reported to be ut KORSOR on the
island of ZEFJ.{uID. On the island- of BOTIlmOLN sone to "clD:'ec thou-
sand GE:SllA1J tps n.:re stationed.
3. BELGIUM
. The second hnlf of the class to be called liD on
l. Jul '"Jere called up on Apr 15. This nffccts sone 19 ,000 7hey
arc rOJ)orted to h2.}"e relllzed precautions tc.l:en on the l!'REHCTI frontier
. . between 10 and 15 Apr.. .
4. lTll..LY
.
Previous reports that the 1911, 1912, 1913 and clneses hQd
"been called to the. colours have been found to Uf'fect only those r:ho
'"Jere previously cxenpt frOB military service.
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(E. W. Sanson)
pfn. COQdG. 2 lrrf. Bde.
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Bcle. S11I:JI1.D.T.V No.8

1. GEmiA1TY
Vlestern Front.
Uo eVGIl"ts of' inportnnce.
2. SCAl'iDIlIAVIA
.'
, -
:no change.
BODO - :r:UillVIK areo.. Press rCI)or-Cs f'rml tho.t C:L?::':\lT
tnt nlclnos lc.n(Lou nOl.11l-Gain G.r'cy, ::l11-11i tio!l.8 c..nd food &t RO:SIIA IE:IC?.iS
lTAIl.VIK -c.bi">ouC)J.out the clc.:,'" 20 Apr. A Gl:m.l.lJ-T sl:i po.':crol a
NOK}EGLiUT ;pcst o.t J;r'-;-'.ffiIlJru\Till: (2 T1'lles EAST of DOGRT FJGPJ) on
of 18 AIl!:) Thero has Ii ttlo chQn[:;o in t.his QrOLl, the
b
1 .....L.... ..1." I""'l"'r'l:'l .. t..'. ... -'"
pro Qu_y c.n-GlClpo. ulIlG UU U u 'enOl: c.....:.u. lllCrOQSlng 'ullOlI' C.8.L O!lSl ve prc=Jc.::c..-
tions.
tion
1-I.":::8CS - TROlIDHm.I - !-1ALBsmm o..rC[t. Tho follo':--:in,3 is tl:e
oi' foI' c es iil tb 'i S Q:!:,OO :
AG:CK;C-8 FOET to si:: lrtL"1uJ.:'8cl !lon
ViillPJ-JES AERODROl.'.E lOCO (1'0:':.) A ro-:)o:r"'c, stc:.tss
cl:LG) osi-
-'- ..... r- ..."-
_"'. '-.J
this is of" C-c.c
t,1) B3?i c.ncl 0..
01' SD.or:-.
S'l'OREl'T - LEVA1TG-ER 2CO oo.ch.
One b:n..is I.'..L;(!'RE 2.TId t::o ::y "'::0
ST
'OPTTF:'i" ryl1" e (:'T:'T';"i ,.,: ,S ': "''"'' ':-'0 " ,,J -:-:--_""'_ . --.'-: ... ...__ ... 01...';..1- "'" r.- . (...! ...... '-' ..1...0 '-';.;J ._ U OJ _ _ _ _..... _
but SOES 20 o.ITle.. cs. tl:e:j:- c.::,,"e ....-.-011 (>::.
TIlGJi 10.01: .. tl:r Du:t. 110.."1.7"8 G lj_ .i.\ .\
btys nen3? -co;:nl. 1"''.'10 c..rc s:.::it=- 2-:". .. "':;ccl
0
.... "'rle """, rl,+ 1'" /0 - ..
J..J. ....... --c--...: v _\J. -....; ( ":'.lJl '..! J.:..;..! "-<- ..!..-L- U_;"",,) L;u _J_"'; . _ --
:ro}.Jo:-rtec1. arc 10 123 SOU11I of DO: ThV\'s.
indication of tnG
'nuuoer is
ted.
OSLO 0..::82.. GEEIJ1l1 cs. l;.c.ve occuryieG. B/!..G::: c: '_.\1'1
c.nd of Tile l;Or-C:IEGT :':2T too ::.-cc..k
GEIi.ltilTS in CClf1. QJ:O .. __
on:co ELv.iKu-:I, (2;:: .,i les -8',1 of: ?LL_=
ADlID.AL (' ot:1. on tl:o :2ACT'..:ms I'c:JJGc-'c:,vcly 30 103 CC :.--\ 2.c::. ..
of' Ilil2"
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2 -
lifORVffiGIAN tps in this sector have been f'ichtinc "\7i thou"!:; relief' cinco
the stQrt of ymr nnd are at the end of' their })o-.:;rers of resisto..Ilce.
The nea tl'wr has l.nrn:ovecl 8.-Tld is Q.ui te f'o.vou:rabl e for ClliT.IPJ.; c.ir oncrc.-
tions and nechanized i'oZ'ces. TIere again GRm.UU1Y is e!1deavorinc to
. restore n ODontlin of the ndv.
General Conclusions.
There uppears to be pnrts of si:;: divs in rrOR" AY. It is -Il1llL;:cl
J
r
that they a:r:c cOID.ylete but the total GEPJ.1P-l1 str8!l{sth is !,l"ob2.oly
equi7alent to four eli vs. units of' t::"'ese di vs quite likely rC') :;:' 08crrt
snall detQc1Elcnts, yossible half bns. General tD
,cate f'u.l .... reini'orccncnts nre arrivinG at _ TROIIDEJRI, DERGElT,
and OSLO. GElliJiUJ intentions can bo judged at the :;!I'OCellt ti:-:::e to b.:-:vo ..
as their nam objective :wakinC; the::13elves c.bsolu-ce IJ.Qsters. in Sou'c,!:C::'!l
lroRrlAY 2nd cutting o:rf SOUTH fron the HORTH 'hy c..
i'roce at TROlillHJEJ. This i'ionla. e:cplain tho above J:'eiI1..:[orcC:.lc::"'CS.
GEHLWIT' realized the ef'foc-ci veness of their Gc-cion dC1Jono.s nI'i::::nril-: on
the speed. 1:Jith 1'.nich C8...71 ovor:;':-he
1T
.! o:D!,osltion beforo it
organized. -;;;e Dust theI'8fore be llr-e:;.;o.red to see then act bolCll
J
- c:.::d
push ahead u:p vs.lle7ls possi'bly- tal:-; I2.G consiQe:,:'uble :'i81:8 in tl:o of
achievinG s-w:prise. This tendency ';'Jill p:raonbly be T:'..OSt
- faTcos s.dvG.ncininc nORTE f'TOY,l OSLO.
3. ITALY
A reI)Ort 1128 been ::-ecei-voc: tho.'t. the 1016 class (25,000) hc.vo
received orQo:rs to hold tlleT:lselves in fer tho
of' Apr.
4. ,GEP.1.' .JJ ill iIPJ'.ID DrvS
A veI';/ I'e110.01e.- source of in.::f'o.:::J..':::ti(:ll I'e:port.s tiJ.c.t 80:':e
are bci:u.C i:rlto IlY eli vo QIlt.1 oo:Ll1[i:- tIl :!. 3G to:J.
rIile fir3t, divs tc i"-r-r"C c.::::1
5th divs. of .!cl::e 35 ton C:.S ::'ollc-.,-:::;:-,
CJ:8V;
.A::rr.
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(l.men.!G
Vieic
11JG
S3)eed
8 mon
OIle 105 rE1 C:,"l11l
ene 37 I:E2. 8"1.11.1.
throe rIGs.
30 tons
16 to 20 1;7, ;1 :DCI' hOU1'.
k:'IJ.our 35 to 50 -:-r.:l.
One of the present t2..'1l:.:s, ned l)Z. 10.7. IV(12 to 20 tons) 1::-::.c.
a::rI:1Ou.r thicl::ness il10::e':,,80(1 f::::oI1 25 to 35 r,B. 'rl:is r::i.l:!.. :" ::: c:-J.GC
the S"]eed. c.nu of' tile lli""'lless a i:J
uhicll is cOllsicie:rcci. F'11 L::ely.
5. SL'EDEIT
Hobilizatio::J. T:72..S co:::.-)lc'cGQ 1(, 1\p::::. S-rCDEIi 112.:3 ::c."
forces in the SOuTH bv t.lJ.i tller one co:.-ys l : c'!, 0.:"..<1 o=.c
Div f'I'OIJ. forces cC:lcen:crc.ted. in tIle e::::':::-o::.e I;OF.TH u:u::'-'i:'c.: tJ:G SOTEr::. -
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S clliJ.dil1Qvin
BODO - NARVIK 2m.
i'o:rces. A report lJ.. ... OI1 S01..l1'ces stc.ten thD..t tho
dispositiollS of the GEIThIA.l."'T tps in N.iillVIK are:-
one bn. and sailors in 11ARVIK.
one bn on r'-J 116o.r Sr;-:snrSII f'ro:nticr ent:renchcd in b::!.ocl:cd
tt1.D.:.flel.
one bn. Horthcrn end of' l:ili'RJ".AlfGS FJORD.
800 other t])S 2nd sa.ilors in 2.1""'OU.
FORCES. The briclr.e i:rh:ich h2.n boen on tl:c
NA..'iVIX - - ry is nll iron br 110 -'yu.s lone at ITORDl'J..SBROn 28:: !"1; Ie:}
i':rOD.
rrhe Docond "on nOKIEGIJ'I.1T lf5th I. H. is Ilobili2,inC c:c lr".L
(25 r.,iles ITORTII of' BArnU) on the E/';.ST shoro of
\'iill 20 out;, one TJ0ck. s:'::e en 1:.2.S 1""'ifle3 :::,nu. ITGs. out no =
Conclilsion
Little chc.:nCG in this area. The C:.l:::RU\.lTS y::'obabl:7'
an c.tt.2.cl: and inc:rcCLDillG their Qci'cnsi7c ?I'C:;:Xl::,o.::;lC::S.
sea CLU c;.ir -D:, 800 1.10Il o..r.Q
b.2.,,-c been c:-
{7.3c:::-:}
TIle ho::.;c 3. l:Lne of
.A..4.SE:i, b:r 'the Ickes.
TIle .. TIG
dercd.
Con.clus lenD
c.t
EEI-::C-BIT . - ... - lc.'C2..
'8."re bclic-.rL'd 'Gc c.s follm.-c:-
C2.]!-c\lrcd ,::
DOl JJjl!-uS - DO::TP3
tll.rC 3 to s j .. 21 0:-1. 2:"?lS th 5C'0 rrJ..s.
fo1..lJ.? G. 5 CJ.:lS i::it,D 120
...... ... 7 ... .,., -!--t'l 1 r-
v.70 O. C:.1. [:,"7_"-,,,,S ,; ..!..I..rL _, 0,) 1.) -".'-'-u.
. - .

\..J __ ..... "-_ .....

...!....-'-- -- --

--
."
- 2
V.AKSDAL, the latter, aft,or fiGhting at TYSSIE is o.dv to SUlID.
20 b:.1s N. of EGE.'Psmm a recon.:.-lOitring .po.:rty Y10t op:poci tion
betl7een. LPn SVELE Ollcl EYDLAl'IDS FIORD.
Conclusions
The consiCl.er2.blo :reini'orceTl(:mt of BETIGEIT 1'ro::,1 STAVAlTGER I:1.2..y r:c"'1TI
that the GEP.l.WJ attack on VOSS is reCO,rc1.ed as of' considerable irl)O::tc:.nce.
OSLO A"'-'oa. NOETH of the GEREluTS have ta.ken ELV'..GThl! nno. !"l"C
.....,;.-
. un +.h 1""\ nm,JI ... _ ",,_-v _ \.!. u \,..;.u ...
. NORL1i of ..11 the o..re cl'lc1envorinr; to continue "choir 2..uv.
but ,\71.11 -:";-i th oJ2Josi tion :J. t and BIRI, on ci tho::' sidc of
the vu1ley nORTE of L!\1,.E EJ"OSA, ;:;hicll yosn tl:GY helve not yet
On tile I'd leadinG to DEHG:E1.J tho CErE-11tH coL7J., :lot
is adv un the rcl EElTI':::FOSr;--AUPJ)lu, 2.Ilcl has I'CIJ.C318d.
I
... 1c:< .... l,-,-:1UC'l ..in,...."" ("'I'" -'--)"" . ....,.,.."" '1-"''''''''1''\
V _u -. vi-J J. V:-.J\,..;.. ... V J... J ---'-::.,JU' vi w .i.o....L V u "'--' ......... v
taken- yl8..ce at OSLO, DHOBfu( (20 Eiles SOUTE of OSLO) [',TIel [L..!.. (10
niles :!:TOR7H of
It is cnticiyc..tGCl that the r.i.ll bo ru::;D..Gd to t!:o -
ELVEF:u?i front.
CO:lc
1
uSi0218 .
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Tll01lC;h there is no cOlli'i:r"7 ..ntion of the of
;n "Gt'e OOLO i .... "",'r'1')e
n
...,C" ""'0 "0'" in ... ';01.,,.., C"-"-''''-'
___ !.... u .tL!.. a, _v c!...!..u l.J v _..:.. . ..:; .... ..:...0.:. ... u_ ... v .-_.J":' __ 2/-..... --.
T:'1ey 17ill i."Fish to reini'orce the :FortlleTIl.. OSLO f::::ont bcfo:ro
ce.n stiffen. 7118 l02rnt in POLi\IID tl:o.t ir on,
of fnilu:?c, t1::6y- :lost .'ljO 01lCCCSS.
The occuyiec1. CZ:=CEOSLOVJJ:<:I.t\' QY"
l
Ol.ll'sc1 i:J.
Clnd D.re, acc1lsto=GQ to
They h":.vo, [;l'>6o..t e:'0eri811c0 or usinG 8.I'l:.l:T;.:.reo. fo:."ccs.
0 "
110888.[;88 have bOE:TI 30-:_T ces in
of"' CiRL:.ltilT 8.ZJ.Q in the =c:.1 ti.c ___ ...; :''"(.;-
porJGs, nro clCiooecl ns rslic.'bl3,
t ro.nSyo:!:c3 csd t:08 ..= in :-:S:::L,
FREDHJ....::illIAvtl (D8IF::.. .. :::) 2nd.. GE?l',,\21 "::W::'O c..'G
lOIliTIIOTJI (D2-:lisll 2_21G. -
Jdr OOGo:'7"v7"c_ticI!. 20t,11. .l\ .. ?5 S:';"DS
.or. J:l. -('1L' ""j}) J_ ........ - ........ "'1-..... r"-
O
t I ,'j:. "1. ui .... ,'j,; . .lJ- _,' --'tl ____ ....... ___ .....
_: V,.L. ''_'.....L''!'' .. \. ':_'"",' _ "-" --: ..... _ _ ........... _ '-'-.,.;..
OV87 Qcyfo
Tl'!.e objoct of the co::"ccEtrc:i:.iOllD c.."'G I:'::,y bo to. OCC'1..:.::-::; _" > _
.AA.I"AIJ) ISL1'lJ)S tll 0. vie.,7 to seiillG Llrr.T;!\" GS GOOn. ::'8 lce C,'j:lL:_ ':1..0::'3
peIDit. .
mh""'Ct:I .... "'''"'0.,.,-'-<'' ..... ..t"'il<C' o'''' t""l
.l._'_' v u.!.l\..i..!.. ..:.,lJ :./ .:-uu _ ...... u..:..-=- ..:.. __ c..:..:.. ___ u.:i f_ ... ..!..V......, :. '(.._ u - ._ ....
trc.t;iorrs, i:'l "'Cll6 ITI:.IT;L - u::?ea, i:1 2.2"2cl QG ='::.(1
("T"';7"I"'''''IT ron -" em "'.- -n"!- . C'" 1 '" 1 ..... C O-'.!, -i"1 r-: .... ,. ... , r. ..; .... '1 "' ...
Ll".!...!.J.d.......!,;., ..L..:.L.Ce ..;.:....... ::>1: .t'nuu0..uLr.! 3:JO.!..lti3 Cc:L"'e 0L.LJOl.. .. l wO -".u ____ ___ .v_\o __ v
t-;J tnt for one eli v : :uch o..i::cro.:2-c h8.s fl.:?I"i \lod in
Frontis2.'") trnffic 8.!la on Ie ':c:! c:,
17th
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....., "-" - -- .... -- ...;;: ) . '-/ ...
(7'"l.!:lC.
to:::J. C':.::: 4.t.2:G
o:r cl:d :-:{}: :J/C':
"t:)
:r"
t,t:) 7-.r:-.a,
C:S 47 -'"'I .-.;-::::
O-V tic:::: QTC ..
.. 4tl:.c 0:[' nz:u. "tG4 :"(.-
C}iUG:C "to t::o.
.- ....... .. -
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i-:21C::C l1J.n bcc::l 15,. tt,l!) :.tn c 2 .. 4(:.1 ..
t:!c "J.--:C-..7 C:l


....
....-- ...... '--. .. _ _..;... _ _c:r
.... c:.:-:::G:lc:1. .. ...
... :':0
.... ...... _""'I
L' '.' v___ _ _ __ ....
"5..\::-:>
.. " :: C:::;
._,,--::' ;' ....... -......,,....r-........ .;-,.--. .. ,_,,- ..:
_ ..... __ "!. '-J...:.. . .:.... .... -'''/'' _', : ...... __ . '"-' "'-.'l..':"
...-.. .....-.. ........ - .... ..
__ v-.:...,_. ___
.... --:- ": ....
" .:'J ,:.,'
:f:7r,J=
ic:.!.
("'-; .... ....
"-.i_..:o.
c . -.... .,
') CC:l:,r. 'Lll
['.:.J:lU c:: 8.
.,
f. .... ',' .-'. '"CJ -. ---. ..,
1 '1
-.--- ---
ro2.C --c ic:'!, :;:; .. , G
!:.L-::".: 1=.:C t() 0-:: - C<:LO
:f::o::
::c .. i}::
21ld ___
..
(;;3:SD
... l.= ... .... ::
.. ... ,p...... ""31

v __ -,-
.. ..
-- --;r-"_. " "t.-"
'- - .... -..---
......
v ..
.. -'" __ ..
"'0< .... "-'---'
"':t:2.2J'::: C C:C -':'.;':8,
CD '0::0 of tr!J-
::'0 -- ;:-'-:c.
-,.---:r ....;.-. .,. -" .......... -
--" ...... ---
- _ . .) _ .
..., _.. ....
..
.r .....
.....- ... -
--- - -: .
. -- '-'--- .,
.
- - - -. .1
.- .....
:>
...
-_ 'J
J.... ,-,.,")-:_
... '-- ..... '-,
.- ' ....
. .

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'"' , ....
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.-
'i:hc F01L"i.l.NU and KGFLI.:ER OSLO havo bcO!l ucc<1 co
bases 1'01' airc:.:'e.i'"t" n.u '"Jell cn roZ" bo:;;.bc::- Lcnd rccco ui:-c::-::-.f't.
An !'oc.;Qros STXlA1JG.::n
1
tl''; n o.crod.:::ono h[lo boon crr;loycU fo::,
of' ,,;;:1 tIl I'oiTl'i'o:'cmontn :fo:::? D2C.::..ii c.:-ca
end in also 'bolicl/cd to b.D:ve boon tho {liZ' bQ.cc for tho
J..,f .. I:PZu1iD
in a:'e dif'Eic';.11t on cccom::rt of tl:..c tC!":'"'<-'.in
and the cc::oroinc of: sec. vO':7qr by tho Julien prC" . ...-cnta o.ny
ro;n-cor:cc:xot 0" Cc:-n:-.n t::'OOl')S by Don in t=:o 08I,Q
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2 Cdn. Inf. Bde. H. Q. Intelligence Summary No. 14
up to 12.00 hrs 26 Apr 40
GERMANY
WESTERN FRONT.
OPERATIONS
Day 23 Apr. Arty. activity MOSELLE and WARNDT Forest (1150 rds)
Patrol exchanges West of ORENTHALsalient (French front)
MOVEMENTS . _
_ Considerable activity EAST of MOSELU:: and S.Yle of SAAREBRUCKEN.
-RECCE. .- -
No abnormal :movem.ents seen wi thexception two-way traffic betw-een
and SOEST. Considerable activity in rye station.
COMMS
Ers. R.A.F. recce 21 Apr confirm no temporary brs -acrlDss RHINE
betw'een Vt/EBEL and ORSOY (East o"f GELDERN)
COBstuction between AERWEILLK."R. and WEILLERffi1IST, another sec It
between ROMME. ... 1illKIRCHEN and NEUSS, West of DUSSELDORF. Line apparently
runs N. and S. 50 miles from "frontier. When completed will accelerate
lateral movement.

OPERATIONS
NAMSOS I TRONDHEIM / AALESUND area.
Germans digging in .rf . of STEI NKJAR. Uncon:firmed report enemy adv
to STOD and SIDill'llCu""J (N. of STEDr.t(J'AR).-
Snowstorms.
AANDALSNES again bombed 25 Apr. MOLDE also bombed;
BERGEN - STAVAr;rGER - CERISTIANSAND.
- Reliable report s evening 23 Apr V.AKSDALSDND 8...11d -NORDHEINSUND in
German hands.
SOUT.dERl."I NORVlAY.
OS'r.hlIDALEN
Exact pt reached by"Germans un...m!)wn. Last located at TONSET(N .of
Believed motorised.
Indications German mot inf (Schutzenregimenter) may have reached
KVIKNE (N. o"f TONSET). Such tpsnormally part of Div.
- .
11.30 hrs 25 Apr allied posns attacked S.of OTTA (S. of'
intentions apparently directed towards Eastern end
SOGliE fiord on road from. OSLO.
German stength N. of OSLO estimated 2 Divs inc1 tanks and mot tps.
OSLO .
German tp tpts reported entered OSLO fiord night 23/24 Apr. beli e
HQ in NorvIaY now 1#1## established OSLO area. Previously
controlled from Berlin.
Reports indicate Maj Gen DIETL in comd at NARVIK. A_Bavarian :
ten yrs leading German authority "for mtn warfare. Tall, thin, -wiry. )_; -:::
50. Organized Germ.Pl ski team 1936 Olympics. GAltMISH.Appo:m.nted cona :.:..- .
Div June 1938.
. I
PoSSIBLE GERMAN ATTACK ON SWEDEN.
No reduction in apprehensions of possibility this attack. Frequent
air violations Swedish territory. Ice in Gulf of Bothnia : reduces
possibility of invasion of the AALANDISLANDS at present.

Considered probable if germans invade SWEDEN, that an outflanking
thrust from S.E. NOR\-VAY will for part of it
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screens

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c.ccrocni VO r.:Dve in the ncar fut1.1;:?0 thorofoZ'o bo entirely
ruloo out.
Ref". wily S,j'T'"Tr1fl""J Ho. (U. S. S.R.) no CQL-:':l::'::...D.tion 01: the
re0oI'tcd ",,}::'ODC:J.CO of ton to t't':olvo divlDions in t i1c .l:J'.l-ll' T \: Gil\'-
noftlFu'iSX bED not yet oecnl:ccoivod.
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EdLm. R.
2 Inf. A.Tk. Coy.
Inspection by G.O.C. 21 Uar 40
Report
2 C.I.B. 4-7 -
12 Apr 40
1. The marginally noted report 1s.
fon/arded herevdth for information and
guidance.
2. While the reports on units of the
brigade are generally satisfactory,
various weaknesses have been exposed,
particularly in the standart of \"leapon
proficiency and in 2L!.ti-Gas training.
3. Commanding officers vrill m.ake
provision in future training
for further training to be carried out
i ,n those subjects to which attention has
been directed the report, until a
satisfactory is reached.
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INSPECTION REPORT
Confidential
C. A. So F.
,
Ropor.t on the
Seaforth Highlanders of Canada
cover ins the period from 1 Jan 40 to
--------------------
15 l"ar 40
Station
lforval. ;;.
Date
21 l'ar 40
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N.B.--The different headiD[s will be usad according to
the Arms of the Service to Yvhich the:" appl:."'.
PARADE STATE Date
21 l":ar 40
-------------------------
01
01
H
Vehio.,les ""
Detail
Q) H r-i 01
:",r
Q
Q)
>=1 a:l >=1
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en.
.r-! ,q
a:l i--

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.p p:::
0 0
-
0 8
CoO !'
Lo r "'
0
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1. Present
16 ;)'13 589 3x
r; , -
5 5
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
'"'_">.
(a)ne[imc+1
ta
l lv
<)
96 98

...
....
2.
Absen-c(b)GarrisQTI ot;her
--
limp oyea.
1 1
(c )Sick
.. .
I
31 ;)J.
. . .
(d)Other Causes .....
I
9
!
61
1
70 3x
I
2j

701
1
1
<;9
I
3. Total
6'" 5x 5 5 ....
I
4. Wanting to COMplete
-
154 7
i
5
....

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f
5.,
Establishment .... . ...

_27 915
_ ,
942
1
1 12 33 10
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PART I STATISTICS
part I (a) Since 1 Jan. 1940

Hospital due to:- -
(1) Acci6..ent
15
(
-; . )
_l, Diseases
8
(iii)' illnesses.
222
12
2
14
14
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The following information' will be furnished by the COI!lIJ.anding Officer
for the period covering thereport.
I .PART 1 (b) Officers
I
-,
l
,J
I
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r
I [
,
,
I
j
,
-i
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(
,
(
Ser-
P.
Course l.Passed
Rank
NfJ,.m
f.ge vice
S.
t for . a s.
in nt
C
S 8 S Promo- or
tion
!yrs. Rank
m.
-
-
,
.
- '
PART 1 (c) Disci line: Since 1 Jan. 1940
Courts-Martial
e
(a)
(b)
Number
ing in
Number
( i)
(ii)
(iii)
of trials result-
a conviction
convicted of
Desertion .
Insubordination e.
Fra ud. .. ... ...
Ii:>pec.
QuaIs.

Re
ma
Nil
Nil
Nil
N
Number of entries incurred on Regimental Conduct
Sheets (excluding Courts-l.1artial and civil convictions Y 28
I
Desertion e

. (a) Total number struck
Dff as
deserters
1
(b) Number who
..
Nil
reJOl.neu .
. .
Civil convictionsf
. .
(a) For felony or .
. .
Nil
(b) For other 0 ffences
. . ..
4
( a) By Court-:lartial . . . . ..
llil
b) In consequence of civil
Men discharged
conviction . . .
.. . . ..
Nil
..
Nil
c) For misconduct
. .
1
d) By purchase or on compas-
sionate grounds
. . . .
Nil
rk
( e) On medical grourlds

6(Cat.E7-D9)
( f) Under
I
Nil
age
..

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I
, J
one under ago
\
1 --t ee: ti5
:<.
.re,.!lOL . _Q.
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an entry in t he Regimental Conduct Sheet.
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1 (d) SPECL.L COURSES - Since 15 Dec. 39
, , ' Attendance c. t (i) .:: .. rmy Schools
(ii) Command Schobls
(iii) Divisional courses
including courses detailed at dste of tns,pect,ion.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6 .
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.'
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
2?
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
OFFICERS
(i) (ii) (iii)
Platoon W6&pOnS 3
Y.TI.G.
Sniping 1
3" Mortar
25 mm A.T., gun
Bran carrier and carrier platoon 1
Driving and riIaintenance
Driving and Concealment 1
Transport duties 1
Rangefinding
Artificers, fitters, etc.
Drill Instructors
Physical Training
::-tegimental Instructors 1
Senior Officers Gas Course
Field Engineering
Signal instructors(" ,,) 1
Senior Officers 1
Staff officers
Coy. Comds. 1
Pl. Comds.
Regimental Officers Filitary 1
" duties
" Sanitary duties
officers 2
Cookery
Butchery
Clerks
Fire d.uties
Intelligence
Military administration
Air photo
Other courses - speeial to Arm
33 Pipe - majors course.
t-34. Unit cinema oourse.
Senior Officers Course, Small arns2
OTHER RiJJZS
(i) (ii) (iii)
6
1
2
4
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
4:
1
1
2
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. .:. . j
1
1 "1 <:"11" on '-11 .. ,;0111; ....
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c[flc1er!cr t:-.c -':!'llt. It 11 to .. o:'t in
C;;;'C}: C!l.GC "satisfactor:.-
rr
or liVer:,? satisfactory", and. dotail be
entered inte onl:- on such points u.s arc not satisfactor:".
p II (a) - - IliTBR I OR EC Ol-.JO:.lY
(a) I- OFFICZRS'
:i6SS subs, I:.R. 1'136 per anm.ll:! ....
chargo3 s.lO:1. . n. dc..:, IGSS ration al-
low:J.nce if credited to officur's net cost
2
s. 6 d.
rIil
2s 6d
Total 0-2s-6d
Note - Attached to Edmn R.
Mixed audit board audits acoounts monthly.
(b) Eess':-
(i) Cost of (cxcludin8
rat ion alloy,o.nce)
(ii) Subs criptions .... ..
(iii) Charges :.1gn.in$t U.C.OTS
(Iv.) Accounts.... ....
5d per day '., i
lOs subscripti!JD. on" joln'-ng.
28 per month.
No credit
Accounts audited monthly.
( C ) '..,n T s m-' s '" 1.' I., CO' r
0 y
(i) Inspuction of Cookhousc, Very olean. Equipnent in 3"JOG.
i;:ess Hall, etc. order .
(ii) Inspectlon of (if 1.)ossio18) Very (Se8 G::!rrarE
(iii) Inspection of accounts.
in
good order. Debit
of 42-0-0.
(d) Stores (.... Lodgers, ,::; ,,'Jres 1. :!1 g'Joa. ...... ..,u.r::.';.l.'.:J u.}!
to date.
(e) k.T. Office (accountin[ for Petrol,
oil, etc.) Satisfactory

(d) Orderly En ..
(1) Filing System (open)
(a) hdequate Yes except for (d)
(2 )
.
(:J)
(4)
(5)
(6 )
(7)
(8)
(9)
(b) Ind.Gx
(c) Properly
(c) In '-_ out register nona kept.
(e) Confarnsto C.A.S.F.Orders
Filing Systec (secret)
(a) AdeQ.uato
(b) Index
(e) proJcrly
(d)
yes,
but can be
In out recist er
( e) Cc-nforr. to no - but satisfactoI""j'
l;ominal nolls
L Returns
Vldr Di ary
Off ice ort5anizati on
bilit:.r of Clcr-cs
DocUr.1(; nts ::,... R.icord.s
OrdJrs :
Index of orders
Div.
Unit Pt. I
Uci. t Pt. II
No
No
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( i)
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General 'v;olfare of tho soldier
for rGcreation,
(N.A.A.F.I., Gtc.)
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Sports - Regtl. sports offioer &
o ommittee Inter coy sports.
fL. Rugby. Soccer, softball, volley ball
oross countrY' running. boxing.
Enterta1nntent - ' U.A.A.F.I. Shows. Own" Hill Billy" Band.
Y !of" d 51 n 10c'r aDtor 'Julk of entertai1l1ilent-;----------- _. a:l'04 0 i .. t_ I... 1 v
standard of E.Te tnaintenD:nce and. 16 assorted vehicles (oars & truckS)
condi tion of vehicles. Me 14 Carriers 5.
Standard of maintenanoe.
Condition of barracks and storns
and Bathin[ facilities
All spider acoomodation. Shortage ot
iron beds. bathlngfacil-
1ties.
Insti tutGS, regir.1ental funds
and accounts
C.O's fund - donated by friends in
Canada - in C.O's control. not a
regimental fUnd. no IT.A.F.F.I. rebates
reoeived yet - an account will be opened
when received. Such an account when

(k) Clothing and personal equipment satisfactory _ Shortage of
equipment at present
(Housewives and clasp knives)
(1) General Observations, including
dis cipline .
Satisfaotory
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Observations by Inspecting Officer
(R) Individual Training
RIFLE.
MORTAR 2"
MORT,AR 3"

SIGlIALS.
TRAnSPORT.
MEDICAL.
Several rifles rested on grounA.
manipulation 'bad.
Bolt
(Appendix 1 )
did not get into training rQuired.
their second magazines.
(Appendix '2 )
N.C.O's not familiar with field duties, range
taker and fire control particularly ranging
and safety. lJo digging of emplacem.ents has
been done. (AppendIx 3A)
training in fire oontrol and safety
required. Lack of duwmy ammunition.
(Appendix 3B)
Respirators worn improperly. Some not carrying
equipment issued to them. Respirator drill poor,
(Appendix 4 )
-
Considerable lack of Bde. order
prohibits signallinS at night should be re-
considered.
(Appendix 5 )
.. -
(Appendix 6
Require continued training. (Appendix 7 )
(
(c) Physical e.ppearo.nce
of all ranks
. ,
General Observations
APR 9
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Attention is directed to the detailed
corments cn the Rifle,L.l.:.G. ,.Anti-G-au,
anci S'1rst Aid given in the
appendices and the points noted are to
bo corrected forthnith.
Attention to be given to early
of training of including the
in each category.
.. - . ................... .
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Del t e ................
(3i[,:E2.t".1:'-:' ot
t118 1: __ 2 ... at-
irlt;
IJ
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Servioe Date ot P Course Passed tor Speo,Qual. Speo.Qual"
in Presellt S
at
Promotion. for open to
Rank ... Name Ase Years Hank. 0 S.O.S. Own Arm. All Arms. Remarks.
Lieut. Anele. H. 35 22-1-4.Q No. No Yes. Nil "Dn Wing Lieut. from Capt. upon
CSAS1935 joining this unit.
1..1eut. Bell-Irving, H.P.27 11 23-3-35 No No No PW Course Nil
a.A.S.F. A1dershot
27-12-39 LMG Course
Eoquimalt.
Lieut. Blair, J.W. 25 7 22-6-39 l\{o No No P.N SA Sohool Nil
e.A.S.F. Hythe.
27-12-39
Lieut. Campbell, A.S. 25 li 22-u .. 39 No No No Nil Nil
C.A.S.F.
2[3.11-39
:
I.laut. Clark, D.M. 24 4 2-9-39 No No Yes ' Nil Nil R.M.C. Gra'duate, ' 1936
C.A.S.F.
28-10-39
..
Oreighton, A.J. 37 Ca.pt. 19 20-11-39No No Yes Passed
e.A.S.ll', m. a c.: 1931 "Art Wing m. a C' 1931
, .'
27-12 .. 39 1935
Lieut. Danby, E.D. 24 31 12-11-37N'o No No Nil P.T. Course .On Command attending Speoial
e.A.S.ll'. Ottawa P.T. Course 6 Mar 40.
28-10-39 29-10-39
Liout. Davidson, D.W. 27 l2-11-37No No No Nil Nil On Command Infantry Transport
C.A.S.P.
_"Offioers, London 8r. Chilwell.
28-10-39
Major. Ferrie, C.O. 45 26 13-3-27 No no Yes
Nil
Servioe Gr.,at War t
C.A.[}.l!'.
Lt C 1 Musketry Hythe ;England &
0 '10'1; CluDs
France, 1916, 1917 & 1918
28-10-39
, Myohett
72nd Batt. C.E.F.
(Distlnguj,she(l)
Major. Forin, J.D. 36 10 2-9-39 No No Yes Nil PaGaed ,m.l3. c
C.A.S.F.
m.a.c.
1939
28-10-39
A
1.1
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Servioe Date or :p Oourse Passed Spec."ual. Spec. Qual.
in Present , at for fe.. open to
No.rne Age Yea.r s Hank 0 S.O.S. Promotion Own Arm. All Arms. Remarks.,
:Llout. Ge11. H.O
il
45 \
16 15-1-22 No NO' Yes . V.'L'. 1921 RSS Service Great War 1916,1917
C.A.S.:F'. Q,ual.Oapt. V.T. 1926 Catteriok. 1918, 72nd Batt.O.E.F.
28-10-39 16-7-26 (Speoial) 1913 .. 1915
or. Gibson, O,S, 34 18 2-9-39 No No Yes Subjeot"K" Pa.ssed
C.A.S.F. m.a.c'1935 M.G's. m. s.c.' 1935
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28-10-39
01).pt. Griffin, M.l. 32 ' 11 1-4-38 No No No Nil Nil R.M.O. Graduate 1929.
C.A. S.F.
28-10-3g
Major, Hoffmeister,B,M, 32 19 2-9-39 No No No Nil Nil
e,A.S.F.
28-10-39
Cilpt. (PM) Hutton, D.O. 33 12 2'-12-39 No No No Nil Nil Paymaster.
G.A. i3 .F.
2'7,,1-40
I .. ieut. Keen, R.N. 24 18-9-39 No No No "A" Wing "D"

Oavalry Armoured Car 1937
G.A.G.F. 1935 ftC" .Wing 1938 A.A. Searohlight Gunner
27-12-39 Rangefinder 1933 1939
Lieut. Malkin, J.L. 30 6-rr 1-12-39 No No No Lieut. Qua1.
C.A.S.F. Parts 1 & 11 Nil
27-1-39
V:o.j or. Merritt, C.C.I. 31 14 2-9-39 No No Ho Nil DlploIn1l RMC
C.A.S.F. 1929
28-10-39
Capt. &
Murdooh, W.S. 27 10 2-9-39
No Uo ITo Nil Signalling 1st 01.
Adjutant
C.A.3.F.
VT. Viokers MG.
28-10-39
Subjeot "K"
Capt. Molntyrl'l, II.D. 37 17 2-9-39 No No Yea Nil Fansed mSQ.1g39
C A. m. B. C

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Servioe Date ot P Oourse Passed Speo. Speo. Qual,
in presen'" S at for open to
Rank Name A(!l!
Years Rank C S.O. S. Promotion. OWJ& Arm. All Al"IT13. Remarks.
I
On Command Arm! Gae Sohool
Lieut. Paterson, II.W.J, 36 12 24-11-39 Vl1nterbourne Gunner
e.A.S.F. R.N. May 1916 to June 1920
13-12-39 No No No Nil Nil Grad., Royal Naval College
Capt. Ront, VI.O.H. 32 14 24-3-34 No No No SAS Hythe
e.A. n.F. Class "A" Nil On Oommand for Course Infantry
28-10-39 Company Commanders,Chichester.
Capt. Robertson, H.A. 39

6-12-39 No 1'10 \ No nil Nil, Attached ROAMC, B.A., M.D.
e.A.S.F.

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Lieut. Snider. H.E. 37 18 1-12-39 No No Yes Nil "B' Wing
e.A.S .P'. Qual.Major ' CSAS.
27 .. 12-39 11-3-33
Lt.Co1. Stevenson, J.B. 53 28 2-9-39 No Yes. \ Yea Sohool ot Passed' Servioe Great War,1916.1917,
,e.A.S.F. Musketry 1916 msc, 1918.72nd Batt.OEF. On Command
20-10-39 Equitation. Senior Offioers' School,
Sheerness.
MD.j or. Tait. J .M.S. 36 17 14-11-31 No No No Nil Passed
a.A.n.F.
'me 8. c.
28-10-39
Lieut. Tarbuck. 0.0, 23 % 30-11-39 No No No Nil Army S ohool'
a.A.S.F. of Hygiene.
27-12-39
capt.& Vioa.rs t H.T. 39
g
2-12-39 No No No Oapt. Int'. Q.M.
Q.H. C.A.3.F. Part 1 Qua1it'ioation8.
27-12-39 Part 11
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INSPECTION BY G. O.C. ,,1ST C.LUTADIAN DIVISION
fute. 21
Rifle -, Practice No .5
UNIT
Seafer tit; of 0.
7 ... ;,..1 ....


Eade J.R.
Sadler D.S.
tiev.llllan R.S.
Tarry 1!' '.!
Kervin J.':'::.
Ireland
Bailey
D.:ckstader


Ra ::.al.'ks:
CoZ
A
(duty) -
II-'
:w-
.5
Pl.
Pioneer.
B (duty)
B- (duty)
D ( duty)
0 ( duty)
C (duty)
D (duty)
A (duty)
HC':'eDriver
HUl: Ld1ing SCJre
Rifle grouqd 1'7
, l'
Bayvnet resting on ground 1.5
Didn't count r ::mnCi.s
Didn't count rJunds.
Left-handed rii'le r., sted on
grolL"ld.
Left h.3.ndetl
2
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19
12
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6
16
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msrECTloN BY G.O.C 1st CAHADIAN DIVISION
Date. 21 March
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NA.ME
Bit.shop E.E
Butler T.P.
Poirier G .. .
Varnon O.M.
Remarks,.
COY
A (duty )
B ( duty)
0 (duty)
D (duty)

1. Mag only. Did
not reload.
1 Mag only very
slow
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Average 28.} of
More trDining-requirad.
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DATE
21.3.40
Appendix 3(a)
2nd. Infantry Brigade
INSFECTICN BY G.O.C., 1ST CANADIAN DIVISION
3" MORTAR
Possible Scores
2.5 25 25
25
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UNIT . Det. No. R.T. Handling Digging and
Fd. Duties
Sa fet y Tot2.:
& F .C. %
Seaforth
Highlanders No.1. - 15 15 15 10
Remarks:
No using has been
done. N.C.O's not enough with
field duties and the of rang e takers
also in fire c untrGl in
ranging and safety.
No of has
been done.
Appendix 3(b)
2nd. Infaptry, Brigade

INSPECTION BY G.O.C., 1ST CANADIAN' DIVISION
2" MORTAR
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Possible Scores 50 50
Date
21.3.40
Unit
Seaforth
Highlanders
Coy .
Pl. Handling Safety and
F. C.
Total
%
4 men tested 25 25
Remarks:
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The men should be given more training
in fire control and safety. Training
not complete for lack of durmaYaIf.nlunition.
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ANTI-GAS TRAJlITNG I tSPECTION.
21 Mar 40
SEAFORTH OF 0
The following were examined:
1. K52097 Ditchburn, Sgt.
2. K52838 Tuoker, RIfle.
3. K52187 McAdams, Batman.
4. K52524 Philion, RIfle.
5. K52338 Grosart, Rifle.
6. K52672 Hand, Rifle.
7. K52400 Braes, Rifle.
S. K52715 Moore, A.A.
9. K52702 Ross, Oarpenter.
EQ.UIP?;fKNT. Haversac:":s g.Jod condition, many were put on
inoorreotly - flat spring hook on wearers right
instead- or attached to D on left. Hence it
,muld 'oe L"Tlpossible to adopt "Gas" from slung
_. position correctly.
Respirator Gas from alert - 2 men oorrect.
Gao from slung - 1 man oorrect.
p'as Chamber. All O.K.
on decontrunination, gas alarmS and gas sentry
duties vIell SJ."lll'irered.
(App endix 5 )
INSPECTION OF SIGNAL PLATOON
SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS OF CANADA
1. PERSONNEL.
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Officers
l.
O.Rls.
33
Establishmen.ts
On PB.l.'ade
On Leave
1
( In excess 14, training as reserve )
46
1
The signal otficer, Lieut. H.O. Gell was signal officer
ot this Regt. in last war. He has since been on the Reserve
and is tully qualified. He has taken Catterick course as a
refresher.
The platoon sergeant Newberry, J.D. has had 12 years
service with this Regt. and is fully qual.itied. He is a
B.A. of McGill.
Two corporals have had six years service each with
this Regt. men have had previous service with Regt.
and are classified signallers.
Eight men ot Platoon were classified 15-3-40
Balance can be classified by end of April.
2. EQ,UIPMENT.
3. TRAINING.
4. REMARKS.
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This
(1)
(2)
Platoons training somewhat held up because of:
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No Full erphones
No Signals Stationery
Only 3 D-5 Telephones.
Signal officer has not seen Div. Training Instructions
No.1
on block programme issued as notes by School
ot Signals, Catterick -- 12 weeks.
During last two weeks have carried out Signal Platoon
Exercises by day and ni.ght.
An exceptionally good Signal Platoon. In addition to
14 men now training with platoon as a reserve, 23 men
are starting training on 25 1fur.
The Platoon Sergt. NeWberry, J.D. fully qualified to
take on duties of Signal Officer should he be
ended.
This is the only Signal Platoon inspected so tar which
has adequate reserve under training.
Am informed that a Bde. order
. practice with lamps by night.
this policy be reoonsidered.
urgently required by night.
says Signals will not
It is desireable that
Lamp signalling may
A message- was put through by semaphore t lamp and buzzer
in good and without mistakes.
Progress good.
J.E. Genet, Lieut-Col.
Comd e 1 Ca.n DiT Signals.
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Appendix 6
D-ASC-S-l
23 YAR.40
REPORT ON INSPECTION OF
BY C.R.C.A.S.C. 1 Cdn. Div. at
G.O.C' s. INSPECTIO_'-'
SEAFORTH of C.
Maintenance
Driving
J.fa.p Reading
Good
Good
Good
Driving generally throughout 3de.
good.
Continued instruction in map reading
and maintenance required.
(P.R. Shields} Lt.Col.
C.R.G.A.S.C. lCdn.Div.
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1 Cdn Diy
A.D. Y.B. Reuort G.O.C's Inspection.
Seaforth of
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23 Mar 40.
1. Stretcher bearers satisfactory. Require
continued training.
2. General. Physique good .
3. Two pairs of glasses worn by O.R one ot
which new pattern.
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A.D.21.S. 1 Cdn Div
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SEAFORTH HImn.ANDERS OF CANADA.
1. ' The system and adm.i.nistration of the Orderly Room.
are adequate. Suggestions were requested, and when
made were wall received, and it is felt that with
the implementation of the suggestions the system will
. ~ e satisfactory.
2. This unit has received no rebate tram the,Il.A.A.F.l:.
as yet .
3. Funds are audited monthly.
4. Li.ke the p.p.e.L.I. this unit asked. for mention to be
made of the services of Mr. O.Pearson, Y.1I.C.A.
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S.C. A. 1 Cdn.Div.
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nJSPECTI OH DF SK..\FORTH HIG}!LAlIDERS OF CAN.ADA.
GEUERAL REMAP.KS ftQ!t
BY G.D.C 1 CDU DIV
21 Mar 40
1. 'l'he Q.M., Capt. Vickers, is an officer with
a good many years experience. His stores and Records
are in good shape.
2. - MESSING - This was the first unit to state
that the ration VIas not for the of
the nen. There vms no as to the quality; it
was one of quantity. This matter \vill be considered in
the light of any other complaints which may be forthcoming
at the remalndar of the Inspections.
3. U.A.A.F.I. - Thera. was also the statement that
that the service in the II.A.A.F.I. was none too good, and
that it would be better if the unit could run their ovm
canteen. The institute in existence provides excellent
accomodation and and it is pointed out that
it would be llllpossible !'or the Seafcrths to Tun. a canteen
in opposition to the II.A.F.F.I.
4." Cl.OITI-IIHG. - British boots were reputed as being
very un.satisfactory; ace or-ding to the Q,.U., the boot \;arps after
becoming i.'iet.
;r.F.A. Lister, Major.
D.A.Q.M.G. 1 Cdn. Div.
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