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A Monument to soldiers of the French-canadian riflemen of the Mont Royal Regiment who fell in Europe during the world war 1 and 2 was inaugurated on the Boulevard Maritime in Dieppe on August 19. Raymond Triboulet, minister of veterans affairs, presided over the ceremony which was also attended by former regimental commander Lt. Col. Gauthier, canadian army chaplain general Magr Charles Beaudry, Cl. Lahaie, military attache to the Canadian embassy in Paris, Mr. P. Dupuy, canadian ambassador, and Mr. Etienne Guerard, dieppe mayor. Kilted soldiers of canada's famed Black Watch regiment marched to the music of bagpipes through the sts. of this fortress city their predecessors wrested from the germans for a few tragic but glorious hrs. 20 years ago in worldwwar 2. French and canadians, catholics and protestants held open air memorial services to mark the bloody landings and deaths ashore. Canadian ambassador Pierre Dupuis speaks warmly of the ties of friendship between Franc and Canada. Dieppe Churchill and a canadian parliament member Lambert made speeches to honor the fallen soldiers and the bitter each fighting of 20 years ago.
Dateline: 1962

Normandy Landing Anniversary - No Sound, France, 1962

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