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Texte français suit. The Sub Lieutenant Nursing Sister Margaret Brooke, MBE Special Edition Commemorative Coins have arrived and can be yours for a minimum $25.00 donation which will enable a RCMSA contribution to the CFHSG commissioning gift to the ship. The coin was designed to recognize the history, courage and affiliation of Royal Canadian Navy Sub Lieutenant Nursing Sister Margaret Brooke, MBE, and commemorate the naming of the RCN’s...

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New Read

New Read

S.S. Nerissa, the Final Crossing By retired naval officer Bill Dziadyk The book tells “The Amazing True Story of the Loss of a Canadian Troopship in the North Atlantic”. The embarked troops included nine personnel of the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps (and about 30 army ambulances).  Eight of the medical personnel perished during the sinking.  The details were highly classified for almost 50 years.  The First...

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Le texte français suit Sharing Canada’s Military Medical Heritage The Canadian Military Medical Services Virtual Museum is eager to provide greater exposure for Canadian military medical artifacts which unfortunately are not centralized in a single physical museum. To make this happen we ask individuals and units to share photos and descriptions of items they may have on display or tucked away in a storage area. We encourage maximum...

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RCMS Trivia / Trivia du SSRC

RCMS Trivia / Trivia du SSRC

  The first CFHSTC Honorary Colonel was a member of the British Trans Arctic Expedition in 1968-69   Click here  to learn more   Le premier colonel honoraire du CTSHFC a été membre de l’expédition transarctique britannique en 1968-1969.   Cliquez ici pour en savoir plus       The origin of the motto of the Royal Canadian Medical Services / L’origine de la devise du Service de santé ...

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WWII Insight

WWII Insight

My Family in WWII – Montreal, England, Italy. by Lois Harrdy (with Don MacDougall). This very interesting and historical article on No. 14 General Hospital RCAMC during WWII was published in the “Connections Journal of the Quebec Family History Society, Volume. 43 No 1, Page 3, Nov 2020 The 75th Anniversary of the End of WWll. Click here to read the article.

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Le texte en français suit The Canadian Military Medical Services Virtual Museum  is eager to provide greater exposure for Canadian military medical artifacts which unfortunately aren’t centralized in a physical museum. To make this happen we ask individuals and units to share photos and descriptions of items they may have on display or tucked away in a storage area. We not only want to expose our artifacts but to compile an inventory of...

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