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Green, C.


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Pte. Clifford Green of the Seaforth Highlanders Calgary is spending his furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Green, Division St. Town.


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Clifford Adolphus Green, 14 Division Street, Lindsay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Green, enlisted for service with Canadian Army in December 1941. He joined the Canadian Infantry Corps and trained at Toronto, Ottawa (Ont.), Victoria (B.C.) and Calgary (Alta).


Pte Green was sent overseas in July 1943. He saw action with the army in France after further training in England. Pte. Green was wounded in this encounter in August 1944.


Pte. Green arrived home in January 1946 and received his discharge from active service in February 1946. C.A. Green was a C.N.R. checker prior to his service and he is welcomed back to Lindsay.

Date of Publication:
22 Jun 1943
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Joseph Green ; Florence Green ; Clifford Adolphus Green ; Clifford Green
Collection:
World War II Service Files
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.3482786929155 Longitude: -78.7293784926987
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Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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Green, C.


Clifford Adolphus Green, 14 Division Street, Lindsay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Green, enlisted for service with Canadian Army in December 1941. He joined the Canadian Infantry Corps and trained at Toronto, Ottawa (Ont.), Victoria (B.C.) and Calgary (Alta).


Pte Green was sent overseas in July 1943. He saw action with the army in France after further training in England. Pte. Green was wounded in this encounter in August 1944.


Pte. Green arrived home in January 1946 and received his discharge from active service in February 1946. C.A. Green was a C.N.R. checker prior to his service and he is welcomed back to Lindsay.